16th November 2017
Some locations are so extraordinary, you know you want to return.
Bob’s Cove, situated on the Queenstown/Glenorchy Road, South Island, New Zealand, is one of those destinations.
I had driven past the signs to Bob Cove often enough and seen the picturesque setting featured on InstaGram.
Leaving Wanaka early, I arrived at Bob’s Cove just as morning light was making an appearance.
Stepping into my waders and spraying myself with insect repellent, a must, particularly during the summer months, due to sand flies.
With my camera a bag on my back and my camera and tripod in my arms, I made my way to Bob’s Cove.
Because I wasn’t acquainted with the area, I was unsure of the tracks that weave around the area.
I always do my research of an area before I visit it, but I overlooked the relevance of studying the paths and their directions.
Fortunately it was not hot and humid as I made my way around some steep climbs, wearing my waders, but the effort was worth it.
When I arrived at the top of the ‘hill’, the scenery was breathtaking as you can see by looking at this image.
At sunrise, I had Bob’s Cove to my left and Lake Wakatipu to my right. It was a memorable sight.
Later on, I walked down into the lake, at Bob’s Cove, and completed my photo shoot there.
The photographic conditions were perfect, with good light and calm water, with brilliant reflections.
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