Tongariro National Park, New Zealand

September 07, 2015


Photographer: Goldie Walker
Summary Author: Goldie Walker
September 2015 Viewer's Choice
The photo above is a view of Tongariro National Park, New Zealand from the air. Mount Ngauruhoe (right) is New Zealand's most prominent stratovolcano and is still active. It's actually a secondary vent of Tongariro (craters are seen at left). Lava channels and levees stand out on Ngauruhoe's flanks. The small puff of steam in the upper left is from the active Te Maari craters. Photo taken July 3, 2015.

Photo Details: Photo taken with my Olympus OM-D EM-1 on Manual mode. f/10, 1/400 sec, ISO 250. The plane window was dirty so had to do a bit of contrast and levels adjustments.