Carrying on from the last post, here are some of the earlier images from Moana and Lake Brunner. The first pictures were quite dramatic, low light levels, cold colours and lots of mist everywhere (the air temperature was around -2 C).
and 40 minutes later, from the other side:
In between these two, the view straight out into the lake was quite different:
As the sun came up the mist dissipated and the mood changed. I packed up and drove off, thinking to do a tour of the lake. That’s when I came across those trees in the earlier post. But there were more of them, in a very different setting, on the southern end of the lake. Here’s an example, on the Kumara – Inchbonnie Road (lovely name!) heading towards Mitchells:
Or, a bit further away and with a long lens:
What a place!