Falls Creek
Fjordland of New Zealand is famous for its permanent rainy weather with more than eight meters of rain per year. Here, even small creeks can turn into wild streams that quickly cut into the bedrock. Under high flow conditions this is an impressive sight. Non vegetated rock is fairly uncommon. If not overgrown by mosses at least lichens garble these rocks.
March 2002
Pentax K2, Pentax 50mm, f/22, 16sec, Kodak Ektachrome E6, ISO 100, tripod