Lower Wai-O-Tapu Valley
- Adri (12221)
- [2009-04-28 2:48]
Great view over this spectacular landscape!
Wonderful colors and composition.
The people on this picture show us very clearly how big this area is; wonderful!
I am not sure that I will ever visit your beautiful country; it is very far away....
TFS and greetings from Zealand, Netherlands,
- pozaru (21386)
- [2009-04-28 3:07]
Wonderful view of a wonderful place.
- terrileo70 (1951)
- [2009-04-28 3:19]
Lovely image Janice...what a great note also as aways. I am now building a list of places to visit if I ever get that far North!
TFS Regards Tracey
- szekelykristof (12618)
- [2009-04-28 3:35]
eautiful panormaic shot of this valley, despite the poor light conditions and the cloudy weather, you managed to take a well-balanced photo. I like the dense green vegetation and the inclusion of tourists that give us a scale how big rocks there are. Fine job, TFS!
- Dawn (17650)
- [2009-04-28 3:42]
Hi Janice..very nice perspective of the area here at Wai-O-Tapu, it certainly is an amazing and beautiful place to walk around.
Great notes...very interesting.
- Janone (0)
- [2009-04-28 4:57]
Hello dear Janice.
Gorgeous landscape down there.
Wonder if Meri's sister and husband have seen that too."
I'll ask them.
The people 'down under', gives good scale to the scene.
Fantastic nature scape.
Cheers from Jan
- Royaldevon (22131)
- [2009-04-28 7:43]
A superb pov, showing excellent details of this unusual landscape. The thread of thermal water leads well from the front to the back of the scene.
The people add interest and also give an indication of the enormous scale of this unique area.
Have a good day,
- ayse51 (27563)
- [2009-04-28 8:38]
beautiful panoramic view.Beautiful place and green tones.TFS.Necla.
- Derona (5631)
- [2009-04-28 14:14]
Great POV looking down over this area.
The people really show the scale of the lake.
- HapiSnapa (2534)
- [2009-04-28 17:03]
I visited here many years ago with the kids and before my interest in photography, did you visit the Buried Village Janice? Love the composition looking down the valley to the hill in the distance, wonderful colours, it's amazing how the foliage manages to flourish with the influence of all the caustic minerals.
- Sharpshooter (7016)
- [2009-04-28 19:19]
Fantastic vantage point Janice, the people below give a good sense of how high up you are. Very vibrant greens and the crater breaks everything up nicely. Great shot.
- dareco (15528)
- [2009-04-28 22:20]
I think this is my favorite in this series. Such an interesting place. Good pov and lovely detail. TFS My friend leaves for NZ in 9 more days :)
- ubc64 (555)
- [2009-04-28 22:41]
Breathtaking view! Great detail and colors. It's so interesting that I feel like I want to click on the shot and zoom into some of the areas to get a better look at them. Great info too! You sure know how to put the "Trek" in TrekLens. TFS.
- shelbeesmom (58278)
- [2009-04-29 5:59]
Hey, can I swim? Nice work on this Janice! I remember you saying this was a stinky place! Looks like you had fun on your trip. I like the inclusion of people in this shot, the person with the red shirt breaks it all up nicely!