This was taken very late in the evening high above the land with only yellow and dark blues left in the dusk. Cooper Island caught my eye as it seemed like a huge stingray floating in a channel of yellow sea. Fiordland is one of the largest wildernesses on earth and the sheer scale of this landscape is both sublime and forbidding. In low light situations like this I just set the camera shutter speed to 125th of a second (because it won't be sharp any slower) and shoot ignoring the light readings.
Taken on Asahi Pentax 6/7. 105mm lens. 100 ASA. Ektachrome film. Speed 125th/sec.