No this isn’t the golf course but rather a beach right by the train station at the town of Kaikoura, New Zealand. I was looking through my old photos yesterday for a wedding slideshow and was taken down memory lane. So I thought I would share some of the photos I found over the next few days. They aren’t perfect, they are taken with just a Pentax 8mp point and shoot, but they are from a trip of a life time that opened my eyes up to the world and photography. This trip took me 43,000 miles through Malaysia, Singapore, New Zealand, and Australia. It was during these 94 days where the passionate seed for photography was planted in me. I look back at all of these pictures and think to myself, “Man, if I knew what I do now and have the equipment I have now, I would have a lot of awesome photos!” Unfortunately, that isn’t the case. I will one day (hopefully soon) return to these places. The people, cultures, food, and scenery have left a mark on my heart.
In this photo I personally love the mist coming of off the ocean in distance and the sunlight giving it that yellowish tint.