Cover photo: Wanaka Station Park toilet building, which is quite near the famous Wanaka Lake Tree
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Image size is: 11 inches by 8 inches (approximately 27.94 cm by 20.32 cm). Spiral wire bound with a hole for hanging. On high quality stiff paper.
No advertising text apart from the printer’s logo on the rear.
Hand written link to this page on the rear for those who’d like to know the location of each image.
Vipers Bugloss on the roadside to Poolburn, Central Otago, New Zealand.
Poolburn is a reservoir at high altitude constructed a few decades ago to provide irrigation for farms in the Ida Valley and surrounds.
Dawn at Poolburn, Central Otago, New Zealand.
Historic Lindis Hotel
Homestead campsite-hut Oteake Conservation Park at the foot of the Hawkdun mountains, Maniototo
Clynes cottage 1896 lower Nevis Valley. Built originally for gold mining
Historic gold sluicings at Bannockburn, near Stewart Town (remains to the right)
Historic farm cottage still in use. Hills Road, Maniototo
Full moon ski touring at the Snow Farm cross country ski area, Cardrona Valley
Historic gold miners cottage remains. Bannockburn, below Stewart Town
Southern Lights Aurora from the Snow Farm, Cardrona Valley
Tree in the snow – Nevis Valley NZ
Egret/White heron/kōtuku in South Westland podocarp forest NZ
“At Te Rerenga Wairua, where the Tasman Sea meets the Pacific Ocean, the souls of the departed pause, taking in the beauty of the place where land and sea merge. It is here that the kotuku, with its timeless wisdom and solemn beauty, is believed to lead the spirits further on their journey. The kotuku, the guardian of the threshold between the mortal realm and the spirit world, is said to symbolize the peaceful transition from the earthly plane into the boundless expanse of the sea.”