For the 4th time I’ve been featured on the National Geographic ‘Your Shot’ website, but this time for a different image. The first 3 times I had been showcased for my lighthouse and galaxy image, but this time an image I shot on my trip in 2011 to the north island of New Zealand. It’s the road running past the Tongariro volcanic complex on the Central Plateau of the North Island of New Zealand – or the reverse side of the view filmed and used as Mordor in the Lord of the Rings films.
While this hnour isn’t going to make me super famous, it’s always nice to gain recognition by National geographic photography editors. In this case Daniel Westergren, the director of photography for National Geographic Traveler magazine. So that’s pretty cool.