Flow, River of my Soul
During the last ice age the volcanic landscape of Tongariro has been vastly shaped by the erosive force of glaciers. Large glacier systems carved out deep valleys and grind down lava flows. After the ice age, numerous creeks deeply V-cut into the volcanic rocks by again changing the glacial erosion structures of the valleys. Since that time waterfalls shape the Tongariro landscape within the meager vegetation on the northern island of New Zealand.
February 2002
Pentax K2, Sigma 24-70mm, f/22, 1sec, Kodak Ektachrome E6, ISO 100, tripod