Location: Lake Hawea, Otago, South Island, New Zealand
It was a wind-swept, icy day. But when I noticed the uniqueness of this location, I was attracted to it because it was rugged and bitterly cold. It felt right to accurately capture the mood of the scene.
The stones were churned by the continual activity of the small waves, rushing to the shore line.
I’m attracted to the dynamics of water churning the stones and crashing against the rocks, it adds to the dramatics of an image. The motion of the water is perfectly contrasted by an overcast sky and the rugged, craggy mountains in the background.