The Moeraki Boulders must be one of the most photographed features on the New Zealand coastline. My son, when he learned that we were heading that way, challenged me to produce an image that wasn’t a cliche. Not easy. I started early one morning with this attempt:
It’s a nice image, but I’m not sure I have avoided the dreaded ‘cliche’ tag. I tried to really concentrate, get the feel of the place. The sky was interesting:
But suddenly I had company, a couple of young tourists from Austria. They were up early!
They were charming:
but a bit distracting. So no world-beating images that morning. However, there was still interesting stuff:
Looks good! I particularly like the closeups, especially the light and textural contrasts on the last one.