An absolutely stunning day here in Queenstown New Zealand!
The day began with a trip out to the gorgeous Wanaka via the short cut up and over the Alpine Ranges. There were many stunning vantage points looking back over the valley, perfect for my first panorama.
First things first, as I drove into Wanaka I visited my favourite little bakery that I had discovered years ago and ordered the usual. Meat pie and cream filled donut (trust me I don’t always eat this bad). From there I went across the road to Lake Wanaka. If you are ever visiting the south island of New Zealand you MUST visit here. The scenery is jaw dropping. Very happy with the shots I obtained including a terrific collection of shots around this lonely little tree protruding from the lake.
I then hit the road and headed back to Queenstown, but kept going to get to a small remote lake called Moke. I can’t wait to put the panoramic shots I got here together. Perfect mirrored image mountains for 180 degrees. Got a little hairy going out to here due to snow and ice on the dirt road, but it was so worth it!
In the evening I took the Queenstown skyline gondola to the top of the mountain which overlooks the town. Beautiful sunset shots with colours of pink and purple in the sky above The Remarkables mountain range. What a glorious way to end a magnificent day. Just love this place to bits!