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Akaroa :)

Akaroa :)

Arthurs Pass :)

Arthurs Pass :)

Karekare beach, Auckland. I’m a young self taught photographer trying to make a name for myself. If you decide to use my shots please give credit where credit is due. Cheers Tourley

Karekare beach, Auckland. I’m a young self taught photographer trying to make a name for myself. If you decide to use my shots please give credit where credit is due. Cheers Tourley

View from Sky Tower Observatory Deck in Auckland. Photograph by Arietta Yin of Knot Just A Scarf.

View from Sky Tower Observatory Deck in Auckland. Photograph by Arietta Yin of Knot Just A Scarf.

Rippon Vineyard, Wanaka, South Island.
Easily the most breathtaking cellar door scenery ever seen in this world. I envy the people who work there!

Rippon Vineyard, Wanaka, South Island.

Easily the most breathtaking cellar door scenery ever seen in this world. I envy the people who work there!

Glenorchy, NZ

Glenorchy, NZ

Wanaka

Wanaka

inbroadwayvalley:

You think New Zealand’s driving safety ads are great? You’ve just scratched the surface.

Our ‘Wear Yer Lifejacket’ ads will float your boat as well. 

(via pinotnoirs)

Glenorchy, NZ
- Photographer: Alex Russell

Glenorchy, NZ

- Photographer: Alex Russell

Coromandel, North Island. Follow me on Instagram @genbc for more NZ travel photography.

Coromandel, North Island. Follow me on Instagram @genbc for more NZ travel photography.

Mangwhai New Zealand from the clif top walk

Mangwhai New Zealand from the clif top walk

treeporn:

Today’s native New Zealand tree is the mangrove. I walked through this mangrove forest yesterday in Paihia. Mangroves live in tropical coastal areas and like to be submerged in tidal water twice a day. Their roots are shallow, but spread out a long way, and branch off vertical roots which emerge out of the mud to “breathe”. They look pretty freaky.

treeporn:

Today’s native New Zealand tree is the mangrove. I walked through this mangrove forest yesterday in Paihia. Mangroves live in tropical coastal areas and like to be submerged in tidal water twice a day. Their roots are shallow, but spread out a long way, and branch off vertical roots which emerge out of the mud to “breathe”. They look pretty freaky.

(via janersm)

Wellington Waterfront, New Zealand17.10.2013

Wellington Waterfront, New Zealand
17.10.2013

Weir House, Victoria University Hall of Residence, Kelburn, Wellington17.10.2013

Weir House, Victoria University Hall of Residence, Kelburn, Wellington
17.10.2013

Wellington Waterfront - 17.10.2013

Wellington Waterfront - 17.10.2013