Untouched, un-harvested old growth forests are rare, but all are spectacular. This one, a temperate rain forest in Fiordland National Park on the southwest tip of New Zealand is one of those special places. At around 45 degrees south latitude it resembles some of the forests of Oregon and Washington, but different due to evolution playing similar roles, but in different ways. I felt blessed to have had the privilege of capturing this tiny portion of one of the last of these once-expansive natural environments.
(Captured on film using a Sonnar lens; archival glossy matted frame-ready print, or infused aluminum metal print ready to hang.)