Intrepid snow photographer Harro is in NZ capturing the early winter in all it’s glory. Here’s what he saw through the lens this week.
“Shots from Treble Cone resort with a strong inversion layer. When you get a south-easterly air flow, moisture gets pushed up against the mountains and it turns to fog. And a thick layer of cloud will get trapped in the valley of Wanaka leaving it gloomy and dark in town but beautiful up on the mountain in perfect sunshine, which creates a spectacular day of skiing.”