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Saturday, February 20, 2016

Tawhai Falls, Tongariro National Park

The Tawhai Falls are a 13m high waterfall just a 15 minute walk off the road to The Chateau Tongariro.  When we arrived we found a young man who appeared to be meditating/reflecting/contemplating the scene, even though it was raining slightly.  Not wishing to disturb him I maneuvered my way to another boulder (he had the prime photo taking spot) from which I had to lower my camera down to waterlevel to achieve the effect I was after.  (I normally look through the viewfinder, which has the added bonus of keeping the camera steady,)  It was a bit of a gamble, and I only took one shot, but I was pleasantly surprised with the results.

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