It started out a rather gloomy day here in beautiful Queenstown, but quickly turned to bright sunshine mid morning.
My first port of call was to take shots around a small waterfall I found at the end of Queenstown where the road takes you to Glenorchy. I had my new Nikon 14-24mm lens in action and I can now see why it is such a highly rated lens. Silky smooth water shots on wide angle with literally no distortion around the edges of frame. I was very happy with the shots I got.
Next I hit the road to a small town called Cromwell. Well known as a farming and fruit growing area. In the early days Cromwell was wide spread with gold miners after gold was discovered in 1862. This is where I found Lake Dunstan which was surrounded by vintage style homes and snow capped mountains. What a picturesque spot I stumbled across. The reflection below says it all…