On Sunday I made it to the summit of Tunupo, the highest point of the Ngamoko Range. This range is an offshoot of the main Ruahine Range, although it's considerably higher than the Ruahine in this southern part of the Forest Park. I brewed Lapsang Souchong, sat cross-legged in the mist scribbling notes, photographed gentians and Celmisia and these kinds of views, and thought of Chinese hermits and other things. Snufkin would have been perfectly at home, and so was I.
[16 February 2014, Olympus OM-D EM-1, 12–40 mm f2.8 at 17 mm , ISO 200, 1/500 at f11]
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