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New Zealand is often referred to as the land of the long wide cloud. From top to bottom it’s a damn long drive traversing two islands. But from east to west…

I really like Auckland. It’s fashionable to hate it if you don’t live there, but it feels like a real city where as most of the other major centres in New…

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There’s a forest about 100km from where I live. It’s famous for the tall redwood trees and incredible darkness as you look from the outside in. There’s a path…

There’s a marina in Tauranga Harbour, the town I am currently calling home. It’s chock full of the type of boats you imagine owning if a lottery win befell you.…

I’m not an early morning person. I get why early risers love it. It’s cooler, the air feels a little fresher, there is less nose, you feel like you have command…

At the mouth of Tauranga Harbour is Mount Maunganui. It was many thousands of years ago a volcano. It’s a bit of a right of passage when you come to this part…

It’s always a good idea to plan a photography trip in advance. Off the cuff for no reason is fine, but it’s not advisable. Nine times out of ten I’m very…

I moved countries again. It’s been a bit of a theme the last few years. A mixture of chasing adventure and failing to find a foothold, mostly the former, I…

I was in Auckland recently for work. I lived in New Zealand many years ago and have friends living there. It's very similar to home so it's a comfortable place…

At the start of the year I found myself in the wilds of New Zealand's south coast exploring around Fjordlands National Park, about halfway between Lake Te Anau…

We were so lucky we had no rain during our visit in Fiordlad (this is the most rainy area in the whole country) and the clouds were so nice they let us see this…

Our first trip in Fiordland was this beautiful lake. Luckily (thanks to my laziness) I haven't seen any pictures of it, so I was totally amazed by the scenery.…

We barely finished the Routeburn track, found ourselves on our 5th Great Walk, the Kepler track. It was challenging as we made it in 2 days, but absolutely…

We climbed up in the morning to Key Summit for this spectacular view. We did not know that a definitely challenging day was waiting for us.
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