The diversity of the New Zealand landscape
View from the Wither Hills, a well known grape growing area in the North Eastern part of the South Island, Solar powered wind turbines help to prevent frost damage.
Rolling hill country used for sheep farming in south west of the North Island.
The Waiau river that cuts through the South Island providing a Pass from East to the West Coast. It is very scenic drive through native bush forest.
Formerly called Mt. Egmont, it is now called Mt. Taranaki. It is an active but quiescent volcano in the East of the North Island. It last erupted about 1854, and is the second highest mountain in the North Island. It is surrounded by very productive farmland. There are many walks up and around the mountain. Native tree ferns are in the foreground.
Scenes in Between
Perfection Seen in Imperfections
Made by Hand
Collections to Feather the nest
Seen Up Close
Tuatara are reptiles endemic to New Zealand. Although resembling most lizards, they are part of a distinct lineage, the order Rhynchocephalia. Their name derives from the Māori language, and means "peaks on the back". This one was at a wildlife sanctuary called Mount Bruce, in the Waiarapa.