On the shores of Lake Tekapo is this tiny church built in 1935. It is arguably one of the most photographed churches in New Zealand. Staying in the small town of Tekapo for a couple of nights allowed me to visit at various times of the day. In the day, there is nearly always coach fulls of tourists around the church, having their photographs taken. It forms a nice stop off half way between Queenstown and Christchurch, right off State Highway 8. As you can tell from my travel photograph, I generally prefer building shots not to include other tourists. This is why I went back at dusk. Sadly, it was cloudy but using a long exposure the clouds blurred around the church to give this dramatic effect, enhanced by my processing to black and white.