Apologies for the long gap in posts. I’ve been unusually busy, something I’m not used to these days. However, I now have enough material for quite a few. Here is a start, some images from rivers in the Buller region.
The camera club had a field trip to Reefton. On the way I stopped off at the Ariki Falls, at the top end of the Upper Buller Gorge. It was a beautiful day and the river looked great.
Last week I went out on a photo expedition, determined to get some good shots of a block of larch about 70km south of Nelson. They are looking great right now in their late autumn colours, but I’m running out of time to catch them. So I planned the day quite carefully, using the “Photographers’ Ephemeris” to check out the sunrise and sunlight angles at various times of the day. The larches look their best in late afternoon light, but there was a good chance of some early morning mists creating other opportunities. And so it proved, along the Buller River near Kawatiri: