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New Zealand
2600 kilometers across the country
Posted Tue 6 August 2013
Shot July 2013
59 images
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In July, 2013, Kit and I flew to New Zealand for a road trip across the country. Over a week and a half, we logged over 2600 kilometers traveling all the way from Auckland on the North Island to Te Anau on the South Island. New Zealand proved to be a very difficult place to photograph, at least in a way that I feel properly captures the incredible beauty which constantly surrounds. Short of doing 3-dimensional, fully-immersive images, it's impossible to really capture the essence of the rain forests, thermal pools, waterfalls, glaciers, mountains, rivers, lakes, fiords and sheep which seem to pour from every nook and cranny. Herein lies a small selection of my best attempts to put onto film a small fraction of what we saw.
Ubiquitous sheep
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Rolling hills
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Firth of Thames
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Selfie on the Firth of Thames
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Wild dolphins in the Firth of Thames
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Firth of Thames
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Coromandel Peninsula
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Coromandel Peninsula
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Rolling hills
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Wai-O-Tapu thermal pools
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Wai-O-Tapu thermal pools
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Champaigne Pool
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Champaigne Pool
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Steaming thermal vents
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Chartreuse
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Spitting mud
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