March 14, 2012March 14, 2012 Moeraki Boulders The unusually spherical Moeraki Boulders on Koekohe Beach in New Zealand – September 2011. Some of the larger ones are up to two metres in diameter. AdvertisementShare this:TwitterFacebookLinkedInTumblrEmailPinterestLike this:Like Loading... Related
23 thoughts on “Moeraki Boulders”
Wow… are they naturally spherical?
Yes they are naturally that shape.
Very interesting… I wonder how the nature shape it that way. Thanks for the reply, Rory :-).
First thought… it looks like a planet from Star Wars or other Sci fi flick… Love the pic!
Thanks for the comment, It does look like something out of this world.
Very cool rocks and great composition. HDR?
Thanks, yes it’s HDR.
This one still takes my breath away! Want to be there!
Much of New Zealand is breathtaking like this. Want to go back!
I don’t blame you! NZ is on the bucket list and one of my big dreams!
This is one country I’ve never been to and am dying to go. Great composition here, that rock is spectacular!
Thanks, it’s a country that I think is a must for photographers.
Love the colours and the mood this pic creates….
Seems like you have an exciting life from looking at your photos. Followed you here from Sherry’s blog and love this shot.
Thank you! I can’t complain, I have been fortunate enough to have travelled and seen many places. Hopefully I will get to see much more.
I’d love to see that in person. Maybe one day. Great pics.
They are quite surreal. Thanks 🙂
Jaw dropping and definitely eye candy. Great shot
Thanks, I’ve actually just sent this off to be printed and can’t wait to see how it comes out.
Very nice! Love this!
So many people have said they love this photo that I have come to like it more and have just ordered a canvas print of it which I can’t wait to get back.