You don't often see me taking pictures at night when the moon is still up, but this unplanned scene that presented itself to me while I up a remote valley setting up camp for the night was just too good not to shoot!
This was taken at 10pm two hours before the 15% waxing crescent moon was due to set below the horizon, those are some large mountains I was at the base of.
I believe the largest peak is Taiaha Peak at 2241 meters high. Taken in the Canterbury High Country / Southern Alps.
I love the way these waterfalls lead to the snow and moon.
Canon EOS R + Sigma Art 105mm
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