Monthly Archives: November 2010

As a Russian saying goes “For a mad dog, seven miles is not a long detour”. I can consider myself as such “mad dog” because last weekend I went from Sydney to Byron Bay just to shoot sunrise at the Cape Byron lighthouse. The Cape Byron lighthouse is located on the Cape Byron, Australia’s the […]

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The Moeraki Boulders are huge spherical stones, found lying along Koekohe Beach between Moeraki and Hampden on New Zealand’s Otago coast. Local Maori legends explained the Moeraki boulders as vegetables (gourds, kumaras and calabashes) washed ashore from the large sailing canoe Arai-te-uru when it was wrecked upon landfall in New Zealand hundreds of years ago. […]

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I’m glad I took two tripods on my trip to New Zealand so I was able to shoot at sunset with two cameras with different lenses – wide angle and telephoto. Laziness is definitely a bad character trait for a photographer. Aoraki/Mt Cook is the highest mountain in New Zealand, reaching a height of 3,754 […]

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When I made this shot I was hoping that the big mountain in the center could be the Aoraki/Mount Cook. What else it could be? And when I returned back home and checked the image under 100% resolution I realised I was right. You can even see lake Pukaki behind Mount Cook. Quite impressive view […]

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