Have you ever seen something so beautiful that made you shed tears. I still can quite comprehend the beauty of our planet. This shot was taken as I flew over the local glaciers in Milford Sound with @glenorchyair . Mountains as far as eye can see, alpine lakes and sharp like a knife peaks.
▵ I can't help but always scour the beaches for little treasures I can bring home. I like to tell my husband it's "free decoration" especially when living as an expat! This rock was not so little but I had an instant attachment to it because of it's shape. Nature is incredible.
Sitting on top of Kairara rocks (aka The Duke's Nose), looking out towards the harbour's entrance. The narrow entrance is a defining characteristic of the harbour and from this viewpoint you can see how it went undetected by Captain James Cook on all 3 of his voyages to New Zealand. Photo cred @lady_crashley
I'm so grateful for all the amazing things I have in my life. I'm grateful for a job I have and for a dream I'm reaching to. I'm grateful for love and trends. For a sober mind and free spirit. I wish everyone who reads this to have what they're missing 🙏 Be grateful for what you have, so the other good things could easily come to you!😘
🗿 Piha beach, Auckland, NZ 📷 @dimasalakhov
I was already in seventh heaven the morning I photographed the harvest at #Rippon vineyards in #Wanaka , but when this delightful woman (who also happened to be the matriarch of the vineyard family) rolled in in her #classiccar , a #MorrisMinor1000 , I was over the moon. This image reminded me of a favorite image from my @NatGeoTravel editor days made by the lovely @catherinekarnow. Catherine, this is my #NewZealand shout out to you!