Owharoa Falls, New Zealand
A few Saturdays ago we took our third drive along the beautiful Coromandel Peninsula (where I took the photos from the last post). Toward the end of the day we wanted to find some waterfalls that several people had told us were very photogenic. We searched and searched, and drove right past several times, but finally found them. They were just a few yards off the road, but hidden by foliage. By the time I was ready to take photos it was already twilight and quite dark. As long as I have my tripod, this is my favorite time to photograph waterfalls. There is still some soft light, but it's dark enough to set a slow shutter speed to create silky soft water. I agree with the people who told me these falls are very photogenic. What do you think?