Haast Falls
This pass is elevated 560 m above sea-level and marks the lowest point of the continental water divide in the Southern Alps of New Zealand. A raindrop falling on the divide falls on a bifurcation point. It either drops into a creek that flows into the Pacific Ocean or into the Tasman Sea. Falling raindrops are the most common sight on the western slopes of this mountain range.
März 2001
Pentax K2, Pentax 50mm, f/22, 16sec, Kodak Ektachrome E6, ISO 100, tripod