Corinna's PhotoBlog

Queenstown's lakefront is surely stunning - even though the town is way to touristic and overrated. I found it impossible to make good conversations other than…

Mount Cook is the highest mountain in New Zealand. Its Maori name, Aroaki, means “cloud piercer” and it refers to the peaks, which often disappear out of sight…

Behind these walls is the busy RE:START mall, with shop containers and food carts. An excellent place to enjoy a cup of coffee in this hot summer day.

Christchurch was hit by a devastating earthquake in 2011. Since then, the city has become a huge construction site, where ruins of old buildings and new ones…

A weekend away with a friend to Akaroa, a former french settlement in New Zealand. Despite the fog, I still found the city very pretty…

This picture was taken on Christmas Day, while me and my host family were relaxing and enjoying the sun in the garden with a glass of bubbles. She is Daniella,…

The smallest but most attractive natural park in New Zealand, the Abel Tasman offers a easy hike in the native bush along the sea coast from bay to bay, where…

“Every person needs to take one day away. A day in which one consciously separates the past from the future. Jobs, family, employers, and friends can exist…

I've been always fascinated by light, how it affects colors; in particular I love the contrasts in half sunny days like today. This golden yet cloudy sunset…

Nelson, despite it low population (45 thousand) is considered a city because of its Cathedral, which faces the heart of the city, Trafalgar Street.

I've always had a half-obsession with how I looked. Just half, cause I would complain about it without actually doing anything to improve it. As shallow as it…

Sunset at Cable bay, Nelson. Just me and the ocean. And loads of chocolate to make up for the hike across the paddocks (that are much steeper than they look..)

New Zealand's North Island is quite a hilly place. Most of the native bush has been cut down, and today these hills are green animal paddocks. I spent a month…

This hot spring day had to be spent at the beach. Ocean Beach in Whangarei Heads is a surf paradise overlooking The Pacific Ocean; its clear waters invite you…

During a one-day road trip, I ended up in Paihia, Bay of Islands. It was raining and foggy, and so different from what I was expecting. But anyway, there you go…

Locals picking pipi at the estuary during low tide. Altough I don't eat shellfish, I helped my friend picking some. Here's how you do it: you dig in the sand…
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