Sound Of Silence
I’ve camped on this high vantage point a couple of times and it’s definitely one of my favourites parts of the world. Overlooking Doubtful Sound in the Fiordland National Park, there’s not much noise to be heard here, except the soft roar from the distant falls which would occasionally enter my ears as it travelled with the wind. The foreground plant is young mountain Neinei which adorns various sections of this slope. Technically a ‘fiord’ not a ‘sound’, a glacier would’ve once travelled where the sea water is here. A humbling reminder of how fleeting our time is here. But a mere breathe of wind.
Doubtful Sound, New Zealand