Rippling Lake This Lake Alexandrina in New Zealand. The shot was taken in late afternoon, it was so peaceful and quite on the lake. You could hear every little movement of water the ducks made across the still water. The reflections of the snowy mountains in the distance added to the calm feeling of the place.

By | May 28th, 2015|Tekapo|0 Comments

Kaikoura Sunset There was a wonderful colourful yellow light as the sun was setting over the farm lands of Kaikoura. The mountains in the distance were a great backdrop as the light faded for the day.

By | May 14th, 2015|Kaikoura|0 Comments

Lone Tree on the Lake The lone tree sits on lake Wanaka at the base of the southern alps, NZ. I love the reflections on the lake when the water is still across this peaceful lake.

By | May 9th, 2015|Wanaka|0 Comments

The Green Dragon Entrance This is the entrance to the Green Dragon pub in Hobbiton, its easy to imagine some drunken hobbits staggering out after a night of drinking.

By | May 5th, 2015|Hobbiton|0 Comments

Light Twinkle over Wellington Just arrived back in windy Wellington, NZ. There are some great views of the city from Mt. Victoria, especially at night as all the lights twinkle the city seems so small from up here.

By | May 1st, 2015|Wellington|0 Comments

As Embers Burn I spotted these tree trunks on fire at Napier beach, New Zealand. It was quite a surreal experience as the beach is covered in grey stones and there is very little colour. The embers stood out so much across the expanse of the beach as the sun began to rise for a new day.

By | April 28th, 2015|Napier, New Zealand|0 Comments

Milky Strewn Across the Sky This was taken in Tekapo, New Zealand. The small town is a dark sky reserve so as you look up, the views are some of the clearest you will ever see of the universe around us.

By | April 25th, 2015|New Zealand, Tekapo|0 Comments

Last Night in Queenstown How i spent my last night in Queenstown, here is the view from the gondola with the Remarkables in the background. They certainly live up to there name!

By | March 26th, 2015|New Zealand, Queenstown|0 Comments

Sulphur City Rotorua in New Zealand is known as the sulphur city because there is lots of geothermal activity in the area and the minerals and gases surface from deep under the earths surface. They produce hot steam in the lakes which you can see in the picture, the smell is quite strong though!

By | February 6th, 2015|New Zealand, Rotorua|2 Comments