As part of my recent trip to New Zealand, we had the privilege of sailing through the spectacular Fiordland National Park. Starting early in the morning we entered Milford Sound. Milford Sound is famous for it's shear rock faces that hug you tight as you travel through. We were fortunate (or unfortunate according to some of the others on the ship) to see the rock faces shrouded in a beautiful, low hanging mist.
After that we tracked south towards Doubtful and Dusky Sounds which although not as closely packed as Milford, are spectacular in their own right. You can now see the sounds in all their glory on my homepage. All photographs were made on a Fujifilm X100T and processed in the style of Kodak Portra 400 film to achieve the look and vision that I wanted for this collection.
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