Mt Tarawera (which blew its top spectacularly in 1886) is hiding behind the clouds.
Any hints, tips, constructive criticism or comments are welcome and appreciated.
Beautiful shots of Lake Tarawera Margie I love the colours I also liked the photo of the ducklings and their mum. You have captured them so beautfiully
1 Oct 2008 5:28am
@jamesy: Thanks Jamesy. I was pleased with quite a few shots from that day which is nice for a change! :)
you have an amazing eye for composing a landscape -- just a wonderful composition this!! faaabulous!!
1 Oct 2008 6:13am
@dj.tigersprout: DJ, you are very generous! Thanks!
Nice low angle with a sweeping panorama."Beginner" I don´t think so...........
1 Oct 2008 6:38am
@Anthony: Thanks Anthony, you're too kind.
A beautiful composition of this amazing lake! I like that 'phantom canoe' story. :)
1 Oct 2008 10:24am
@MadScientist: Thanks MS, it's a cool story, huh!
what a beautiful place to photograph, and looks like maybe a great place to fish..
1 Oct 2008 4:03pm
@alex centrella: Thanks Alex. Yes the whole area is great for trout fishing.
Here's a website so you can plan your visit :)
Beautiful green nature tones, great capture!
1 Oct 2008 9:55pm
@Camiller: Thanks Camiller
You should go to spring now but there is still autumn colors in this picture.
2 Oct 2008 12:01am
@akarui: Yes Spring is trying to make an appearance!
Fantastic composition and what a beautiful looking place!
2 Oct 2008 5:33am
@Mike: Thanks very much for the comment and the visit Mike.
Awesome; beautifully framed. Love the colors. Very very nice.
2 Oct 2008 2:24pm
@Kelela: Hey! So nice to hear from you, and talk about a comment deluge...fabulous! :)
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