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The Majestic Purakaunui Falls - To all the beautiful Mother on Earth, Happy Mothers Day!It has been more than 10 days since I publish a photograph from my D800, this is quite unusual for me. Well, this is because I`m mostly on the road(I have covered almost 6,000 kilometers) and many places I`ve visited does not have good internet connection(unless you pay for $5 for a 24hrs connection, which is what I`m doing now). The second reason which is because of the 13th general election in Malaysia. I believe most of my friends from Malaysia`s Facebook feed has been filled with the GE and political issue everyday since 505. I just don`t want my photograph to be sandwiched by all these post and most importantly I don`t want any to think I`m stealing the chance to promote my own work(in fact I won`t). Therefore, I stole the chance to take a break from social media since I`m overly active since 2 years ago.And the truth is, I`m actually in a transition of trying to produce more quality photographs rather than quantity. Looking back many of my previous works, they are pretty much mediocre/shit to me, which is what I`m trying to avoid it now.Well, so here is a photograph I got from Purakaunui Falls. This beautiful cascading multi-tiered waterfalls are located in the Catlins in the southern South Island of New Zealand. And yes, to get this photograph means I have to stand in the rushing water and most importantly it is freezingly COLD! I also fell multiple times trying to get on the spot and back to where I came from as the surface here is either uneven or extremely slippery. Now there is some noticeable 'War-mark' on my D800 and 14-24mmafterall, I think it is worth it!Techinical info : Nikon D800 with 14-24mm @ 14mm, ISO50, f/16, single 2 sec exposure.Artistic note : Luminosity masking, Nik Software & many dodging and burning

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