Looking out over prehistoric lush New Zealand forest, from towering tree ferns leaning out over the waters edge to moss covered husks of long gone trees.
The water is so still and clear it almost has the appearance of frozen water.
Tried a long exposure along the empty beach during the sunset in howling winds, and this was the result, it came out like rolling mists sweeping across the landscape slowly erasing the tracks left by vehicles.
Crepuscular rays over Mount Maunganui beach, was a bone chilling morning when I took this image but later on through the day it ended up becoming scorching hot, I followed a pair of Oystercatchers and used them against an incoming wave for my foreground composition.
Fun fact: This was the first photo I ever took on dslr when I started photography about 4 months ago on my very first camera, a canon 350D
Beautiful dawn hues in the sky over a New Zealand estuary, one of the few places in the far north that still has most of its environment intact, from the dune grasses and beach flora covered in bees while also providing sanctuary for nesting dotterels.