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One little arm of one of the many streams cascading down from the Mt. Cook ranges. Such clear water from the melting snow.
Aoraki/Mt. Cook National Park ~ Sth. Island. New Zealand

Nikon D300, Sigma 10-20, Lee 2 stop grad ND and Hoya Pro1D Circ. Pol..

Comments

  • Craig Harris
    Craig Harrisalmost 5 years ago

    Great Capture Robert, love the way the stream leads you into the mountains. Well composed Mate!

  • Donovan wilson
    Donovan wilsonalmost 5 years ago

    Nice Rob .did you see any trout in these small streams.

  • Actually no, but I’m sure they’re around..I needed to have polorized glasses…cheers, Rob..

    – Robert Mullner

  • John  Kowalski
    John Kowalskialmost 5 years ago

    Very nice Rob, excellent capture mate!!

  • Peter Zentjens
    Peter Zentjensalmost 5 years ago

    Magnificent capture Robert.

  • outwest photography.co.uk
    outwest photog...almost 5 years ago
    . . I got down this way about 6 years ago and your wondeful collection from NZ now makes me very envious! . .a great travelogue!
  • Matt Halls
    Matt Hallsalmost 5 years ago

    Love that blue channel with its motion and perspective of running on to the mountain valleys and sky…great shot Mullner!

  • ShaneBooth
    ShaneBoothalmost 5 years ago

    The whole collection of NZ work has been a joy to look at Robert

  • Michael Treloar
    Michael Treloaralmost 5 years ago

    Very nice, I like the rocks in the bottom of the stream, they go with the blue sky.

  • Di Jenkins
    Di Jenkinsalmost 5 years ago

    sheer magic – the detail is amazing!

  • Mark Shean
    Mark Sheanalmost 5 years ago

    Love the lead in to this one…superb capture Rob..

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