Yesterday morning was a treat for me as I photographed the famed Willow Tree in Lake Wanaka at dawn. I captured this scene approximately 45 minutes prior to sunrise and was the only photographer present. I wanted to make sure I could use long exposure times to allow for the silkiness of the lake. Aaron and I are off to Queenstown this morning where we will spend the weekend and catch up with Beri.
Lone Willow and Southern Alps, Lake Wanaka, South Island, New Zealand
Sony a7RII, Sony 70-200mm, f/13, 30 seconds, ISO 200, Singh-Ray LB Polarizer
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