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Tidal treasures - New Zealand part XXV

Saturday, 25 July 2020

(Since, as you all probably know already, my main goal is to raise awareness for the importance of wild nature by showing it in my images, it seems important to me to display some of the pictures, of course. Unfortunately I still just cannot find the time to write the articles I would like to here on my website for all my series of images. So I decided to show the upcoming sets of images just with a very few words instead of not showing them at all. Sorry for that. Hope you enjoy the pictures nevertheless and may they hopefully speak for themselves. And of course, your thoughts and feedback are welcome anytime.) The series you can see in this blog entry shows a few pretty similar exposures of a one-night-stay at a particular coastal area along New Zealand's rather rough west coast.

Tidal treasures - New Zealand part XXV

The diversity of structures and shapes at low tide there is just amazing.

Wet feet guaranteed. For both of us ;)

Although this beach isn't that large, one night is way too short to explore a place like this, of course.

Beside the great vista to the open sea, there are just countless extremely fascinating details to discover.

Another mesmerizing rock formation, which is hidden underwater most of the time.

As you can see, the sea stacks in the background are always the same. So all these images were taken just on a pretty small part of the coast.

And an other very interesting patterned area of rocky ground.

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Floral pleasures

Tuesday, 21 July 2020

(Since, as you all probably know already, my main goal is to raise awareness for the importance of wild nature by showing it in my images, it seems important to me to display some of the pictures, of course. Unfortunately I still just cannot find the time to write the articles I would like to here on my website for all my series of images. So I decided to show the upcoming sets of images just with a very few words instead of not showing them at all. Sorry for that. Hope you enjoy the pictures nevertheless and may they hopefully speak for themselves. And of course, your thoughts and feedback are welcome anytime.) The series you can see in this blog entry shows some none-lady's-slipper floral impressions I captured already back in 2019 during my Lady's Slipper Orchid trips.

Floral pleasures

There are lots of quite underrated flowers out there. And I think this is one of them.

Interesting reflection on a small puddle of water.

Some blossoms in front of a little montane stream.

Smaller orchids are often very well hidden in the high grass of early summer.

Floral disco in the late morning hours.

A little field of Marsh Orchids for my pleasure.

Actually I always prefer shooting towards the light.

Buttercups mostly can be found right beside ponds, streams or puddles.

Some more dancing Daisy Stars.

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Boiling floors - New Zealand part XXIV

Monday, 29 June 2020

(Since, as you all probably know already, my main goal is to raise awareness for the importance of wild nature by showing it in my images, it seems important to me to display some of the pictures, of course. Unfortunately I still just cannot find the time to write the articles I would like to here on my website for all my series of images. So I decided to show the upcoming sets of images just with a very few words instead of not showing them at all. Sorry for that. Hope you enjoy the pictures nevertheless and may they hopefully speak for themselves. And of course, your thoughts and feedback are welcome anytime.) The series you can see in this blog entry shows some images of New Zealand's well known geothermal areas on the north island.

Boiling floors - New Zealand part XXIV

Surreal colors on the water surface. Just never forget to pay attention to the small things.

The reflection of a swallow hunting close to the surface of this mesmerizing colored pool.

The energy to heat up an entire lake like this must be just immense.

A little wonderland created by all the sediments of geothermal streams.

A fern leaf finally vanishes in the hot waters.

Looks actually pretty inviting, but I guess it's not a good idea to go for a swim.

Very well known pool, but nevertheless still also very fascinating.

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