Today we’ll be looking at blue — Blue skies and blue water as Majestic Princess continues her March 2019 journey through New Zealand’s Fiordland National Park. Above you see blue water, and below we have contrail-free blue sky:
Ours was not the only vessel here this day. There were several fishing boats out and about as well:
Much of the flora you’ll find clinging to the steep slopes here consist of indigenous silver and mountain beech trees:
Much of the ridge-hugging fog of earlier had burned off by this time in the late afternoon, but there were still some dynamic images to be taken:
Two more sunlit images of this 2019 excursion, as next week we’ll see the March 2020 return under much different conditions:
5 responses to “Circumnavigating New Zealand — Fiordland 2019; Blue Waters, Blue Skies”
Wow wow wow loving these photos again so beautiful 👍👍
Thank you. So glad you enjoyed today’s photographs.
They were great
Nice job, Doug. Beautiful photos of a beautiful place.
Many thanks, Bill. That means a lot coming from a wonderful photographer such as yourself.