In my opinion, nowhere else in New Zealand says summer quite like the Coromandel Peninsula. Spectacular ancient
Pohutukawa trees overlapping white sand beaches washed by turquoise waters, simply breath taking.

This is the combined work of two road trips, one back in November 2011 which was a scoping trip to check out new filters>
The images from this trip where not published due to opening Lightwave Gallery. It has been interesting going through those images
which fit seamlessly with the December 2014 trip.

November trip was shot on a Nikon D700 and the December trip was shot on a Nikon D610
both with the same 17-35mm Nikkor Lens.

Hahei Beach panoramic stitch, 180˙ view.

Whangamata Dawn Blast Reflections

Three visits to Waiau Falls on the 309 Road eventually gave me light even enough to produce this ten image panoramic stitch.


Tairua Storm front