This place has rarely been seen because it isn’t generally accessible. I raced against time in order to take my shots in this location – I waited until the tide was low enough to get there, and had to get out of there before the tide rose high again. It was a full moon, and these rock stacks were lit by moonlight coming from behind me.
West Coast, South Island, New Zealand
Nikon D800E, Nikkor AF-S 14Ð24mm f/28G ED, 6-10, f/2.8, ISO 2000Ð2500, GT2531EX Gitzo DF6X Explorer 2 tripod, BH-55 ball headby Yan Zhang, New South Wales