New Zealand is a fascinating place for landscape photography as there are innumerable areas to experience, explore and make photographs. However, many areas do have a 50/50 chance (or more) of rainfall. So that does make photography prone to the forces of nature.
This image was made along the South Island’s eastern coastline just after the midday rain. Here, large boulders (that are almost other-worldly looking) lay scattered along a remote beach. I made this image well after the sun had gone down. The beach was painted with a soft pastel afterglow and it allowed me to present a contrasting element to the textured boulders.