Diary of a Rock Balancer ::

Stone Balance Art created and photographed by Michael Grab — 27 February 2016 — South Island, New Zealand ::

Try not. Do or do not. There is no try. ~ Y  

Thunder Creek Falls, NZ

The big tradeoff for me in these rainforest style climates is gorgeous mossy beauty for more difficult photographic conditions..  foggier lenses, filters — easier and longer. key was having an excess of new dry lens clothes to pull from when needed.. not to mention managing nd filters and polarizers.. and especially in the rain. all the camera gear sat under an umbrella in these conditions.

The colors of the rocks along with the shades of moss make a special combination (in my opinion) . . . the great thing about the rain though — No (or less) Sand Flies!! :)

Lifespan: 1 hour ~ until i removed it before leaving.. “leave no trace” as they say..

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  1. I live in the sand hills of west central florida. Impossible to find a rock around here. I have tried stacking sand grains, but it”s just not the same. Love your work!

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