Professional landscape photographer Fiordland, New Zealand.
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This image represents the struggles we may face in life and the opportunity they provide for personal growth. We live in an age which demands instant results and gratification, yet so many positive attributes we develop take time and perseverance. It might be years before we can look back and be grateful for our hardships but if we’re willing to persevere, the rewards far outweigh the struggle. Wherever you’re at, keep pushing forward 💪🏼 at Milford Sound
Forest Of Light (2019) - As the rain subsides and makes its way through the valleys and out to sea, the forest is cleansed and the cycle continues. at Te Anau, New Zealand
Just a waterfall in Iceland. They have a handful of those over there. at Iceland
Sky Tower (2019) - The slick granite faces that glow in the light after fresh rainfall, looming peaks that stretch overhead, valleys so steep that light is not permitted to enter within. This is home and the one place on earth I’m most familiar with. at Fiordland National Park
Here’s a oldie, because storms and weeds work well together. at New Zealand
Sea Of Stone (2019) - Aoraki (Mt Cook) centred above the glaciated sea of stone, that is the Southern Alps. at Wanaka, New Zealand
Ice Empire (2019) - Cerro Torre, the mighty peak aflame at dawn. One cannot stand before this sight and not be moved by such imposing beauty. at Argentina
The chief of Fiordland at dawn. A spiritual place for me. #Tutoko #NewZealand at Fiordland National Park
Getting wild with 2 posts in 2 days, haha. Here’s one from last year over Doubtful Sound. At one point in time the majority of Europeans were living in the fiords (hunting seals) but today Fiordland is the remotest part of this beautiful country. Quite appealing to a hermit like me. I’m reworking my entire portfolio this year, as you may have noticed I’ve been shooting a lot and have already shared many new images but I must say the best is to come. No slowing down, I can’t get enough of moments like this, the ones that force you to slow down, to breathe and reflect upon something greater than our mortal selves. In these crazy times, I need this more than ever. Thanks for viewing. at Doubtful Sound, Fiordland
Brothers of the earth (2019) - Mount Cook and Aspiring, among the spine of the Southern Alps. #newzealand #landscape at Wanaka, New Zealand
Lifestream (2018) Coursing down and through the foothills of the mountains, a myriad of creeks, cascades and streams intertwine and flow through lush forest. Vibrant shades of green adorn the ferns and beech trees, from the ground up. at Te Anau, New Zealand
Higher places. at Te Anau, New Zealand
Mountain King (2019) The name of this image not only represents my thoughts on the mighty Mt Fitzroy, but also reflects my thoughts toward my friend and landscape photography pioneer, @marcadamus Thank you for the years of inspiration behind this image and many others, brother. Mt Fitzroy in wind gusts over 100km/h, creating amazing wave action on the lake. Certainly a difficult image to capture, with the icy blast of water and sand to contend with but one of my fondest memories in this part of the world. at Argentina
From Everlasting To Everlasting (2019) I’d been thinking about this mountain for 12-months, ever since I failed to do it justice on the first visit. There’s many special parts of the New Zealand back country but this one is up there with my faves. The fog-fall was amazing to witness as the early morning light beamed down the valley and of course the many wild flowers that bloom across these hills. at New Zealand
Stronghold (2019) - Stormy skies and atmospheric conditions at dawn. The towers of the Fitzroy massif prepare to endure. at Argentina
Cloud Piercer (2019) - The king of the South Island, Aoraki (Mt Cook), living up to its namesake as the ‘cloud piercer’. I’ve been fortunate to behold many sights but this one was different, something deeply moving. Maybe because I’ve flown here so many times without keeping a single shot. On this afternoon, I couldn’t help but shed a tear as I soared around in the presence of this countries tallest mountain, just as the sun bid farewell to another day. at Aoraki/Mount Cook National Park
Radiance (2018) - the view just outside our tents, listening to the waves crash upon a nearby shore.
The lost coast of New Zealand. An image from last year during some scouting trips with @marcadamus
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