If you were to turn the camera around 180 degrees, you would see the sunrise over some distant mountains covered in a dusting of snow. The specular highlights on the base of the tanks are testament to that orientation. But I was glued to these two beauties and could not be paid to take notice of any other scenery. It probably took me 2 hours all up to wrestle this image to the ground, both technically and mentally.
This is my understanding of the Otago landscape. People forge a living by farming in this immense space under inspiring skies. Keep your snow covered peaks and winding rivers which require mental erasure of all signs of man, I'll take the industrial beauty of fortitude to make it in a hard land.