Tagged: New Zealand

Coromandel Vista

September 14th, 2013 Permalink

Coromandel, New Zealand.

Coromandel Vista

November 2009

Looking out at the Hauraki Gulf, on New Zealand’s North Island.

New Zealand Dusk

September 8th, 2013 Permalink

South Island, New Zealand.

New Zealand Dusk

December 2009

The view from atop the Skyline Gondola Queenstown at sunset.

Tasman Bay

September 1st, 2013 Permalink

South Island, New Zealand.

Tasman Bay

November 2009

Screwin’ around on the New Zealand coast between Motueka and Tasman National Park, South Island style.

Snapshot: Auckland

August 25th, 2013 Permalink

Queen Street, Auckland, New Zealand.

Snapshot Auckland

October 2009

The best and brightest of New Zealand cities, resented and belittled by many rural kiwis but thoroughly beloved by yours truly.

Stewart Island Snapshot

August 15th, 2013 Permalink

Stewart Island, New Zealand.

Stewart Island Snapshot

December 2009

South of the South Island you’ll find Stewart Island, New Zealand’s third-largest and best-preserved major island.

Tongariro Waterfall

August 10th, 2013 Permalink

Tongariro National Park, New Zealand.

Tongariro Waterfall

November 2009

One of the many waterfalls in and around Tongariro National Park, on New Zealand’s North Island.

Aotearoa

August 2nd, 2013 Permalink

New Zealand, Maori style.

Aotearoa

November 2009

You may know it as New Zealand, but to me, it’ll always be Aotearoa.

Tongariro Crossing

July 25th, 2013 Permalink

New Zealand’s North Island.

Tongariro Crossing

November 2009

The spectacular Tongariro Crossing takes you above the clouds, over the top of mighty Mount Tongariro. This photo is pre-eruption.

Mount Cook National Park, New Zealand

July 13th, 2013 Permalink

South Island, New Zealand

Mount Cook National Park New Zealand

November 2009

Also known as Aoraki, Mount Cook is New Zealand’s tallest mountain. And that ain’t nothin’ to sneeze at.

Cook Strait

July 5th, 2013 Permalink

Between New Zealand’s North and South Islands.

Cook Strait

November 2009

Cook Strait connects the Tasman Sea with the larger Pacific Ocean, and basically slices New Zealand in half in the process.