Hawke’s Bay is home to a number of hill ranges, the Kawekas and the Ruahines amongst them. Take a walk, or rather climb through bush, beech forest and hill farm country to a group of weathered limestone rocks. The wind and rain have shaped them into a variety of shapes. The main rock in the group has a shape resembling a late church bell, though I think that the most interesting looks like a baboon in profile. Images made with the Fujifilm X100S and X-T1 with 56mm and 35mm lenses.
All images © Simon Shaw 2015