Three years ago this was my life. Waking up in my van and going down to the shore of Lake Wanaka, New Zealand to have breakfast. Then I'd head off to work at the Lake Outlet Holiday Park to build rock walls for their new campsites. It was a beautiful time, free and full of adventure. Living in my van meant I could go anywhere anytime and I was home. Van living is a bit harder, no sink, no shower, no toilet and no kitchen, but I was far more likely to go to a place like this for breakfast, which I did everyday for quite a while. In a country full of beauty and serenity, Lake Wanaka is one of It's greatest gems, and I cherish the nine months I was able to spend there.
Shot by remote on a tripod at f/11, 1/400 sec, ISO 400 on November 2, 2008.