EOS 60D| EF-S 10-22 @10 | 3.2s | f/11 | ISO 100 | Lee 0.9 HE GND
After a day or two on the north island of New Zealand, we packed our bags again and flew to Dunedin on the south island. We set out up the Otago Peninsula in search of some albatross or penguins.
Unfortunately we arrived too late in the day to take the tour to see the albatross, and the beaches where the penguins were was not very easily accessible.
On our way back to Dunedin, after feeling a bit like we missed out, we stopped at a beach by Harrington point to see if the black blob we saw out there was actually a sea lion. It was. While my dad was photographing the sea lion, I set my camera up by the water in front of some interesting pieces of seaweed surrounded by a ton of small shells.
Then I hoped that the evening would provide us with a nice sunset. I was not disappointed.
Edit 6-11-2012: Thought the resolution was a little low, so I uploaded a slightly higher res version, 900px on the long side. Enjoy!