I've been waiting such a long time to get a shot of Milford with the tide still enough to get the perfect reflection, and until now every visit the tide has been out! About an hour after the last shot, the clouds parted somewhat, the wind dropped and the conditions remained for just long enough to get that shot I've always wanted. Shame about the boats, but to me the sheer beauty of the place really highlights mankinds inequality to nature
Und dann stoppt man auf dem Roadtrip einfach mal am Hundertwasser-Klo 🤷🏻♀️
Ansonsten regnet es weiter und unsere geplante Strecke war durch einen Erdrutsch gesperrt.
Wenn ihr schon mal in Neuseeland wart, habt ihr auch solche Erfahrungen mit dem Wetter und gesperrten Straßen gemacht?
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Scotland or New Zealand? Went for a (very rainy) walk in Tongariro today. I couldn’t help but notice how this scene looked like glencoe; dramatic skies, fields of heather and typical Scottish weather 😂⛈
A campsite for two, in this room with a view. My red and @chriscarterphoto brown tent near the summit of Mt. Titiroa. With its lunar-esque boulder strewn tops it's not you're average Fiordland mountain. Awesome spot right on the park border, one for the books!
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Faith has to do with things that are not seen and hope with things that are not at hand. -Thomas Aquinas
I was nearly late to work today as I made a small detour and headed to the famous Glenorchy Wharf. The clouds and mist were getting thinner and were slowly disappearing. I managed to take a couple of shots of the willow sisters on a clear autumn morning.
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Queenstown we are back 💙 Lake Wakatipu from the window of our plane. It’s been 2 years too long but I’ve never forgotten the feeling that this place gives me.
Throwback to our New Zealand travels when @cat_clague and I road tripped the north and south Island 🙌
This one is lake taupo! I'm from a little village in England so the hay bales almost felt like home!! 💙
The hills of Blenheim are probably what caught my heart when I first moved here. That, and the autumn colours that lingered still in late May.
The weather has completely turned this week and it’s been rain jackets, track pants (or jeans if I’m going out), actual pjs to bed, and heck, I even dusted off my boots the other day. Golden hour becomes longer, sunsets burst into vibrant colours, clear days are crisp and warm and cool days are wrapped up in blankets with hot tea.
All this to say - Autumn and I are most definitely spirit seasons and I am not mad it’s here.
Easter at Coalfire! Join us for a weekend of epic LIVE MUSIC! The line up:.⠀
Thursday 8pm - 11pm: Dom Hazell⠀
Friday 7pm - 10pm: The Walnuts⠀
Saturday 8pm - 11pm: Mike Everett.⠀
Grab your mates, we'll see you here 💃🕺
The Hooker River heading out to Lake Pukaki, the beautiful Mount Cook National Park by the talented @brentpurcell.nz
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“There are about 68,000 kiwi left. We're losing 2% of our unmanaged kiwi every year – that's around 20 per week.” - @docgovtnz 🇳🇿 At Kiwi Birdlife Park, we are working hard on our breed to release program to help more kiwi survive. Let’s work together to raise awareness and do all we can to save our native kiwi #savethekiwi
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Mount Taranaki sure know how to put on a show🔥shot by @debc_nz
The glowworms found in the Waitomo caves are the larvae of a species of gnat called Arachnocampa luminosa, which is unique to New Zealand 💙 Aren't they magical?
#discoverearth by @shaun_jeffers
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Tekapo Blues🎉 there are rumors there’s been an application for a name change for this Island🤔I don’t believe it myself 😂
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