Princess Limited

The famous and loved Pania Of The Reef gazing to the ocean

This image of the popular bronze statue in Napier is created from an unusual angle adding mystery and attitude to Pania's legend. Shot during a cyclone, the sea spray softened late afternoon sunlight to highlight her beautiful details

One Hundred Million Angels Singing New Edit

A silhouette of a man under an amazing sunset

We Fell In Love Down At The Pier

Summer Ahuriri Beach, Bluff Hill & Port Of Napier

Tukituki Valley Views

Enjoying sunset light from a cliff-top spot on Te Mata Peak overlooking the Tukituki Valley and River with Mt Kahuranaki in the background

The sky and light are hazy orange red from Australian bushfire smoke

Anne Elizabeth Jerome Spencer Statue

Napier's newest statue - Anne Elizabeth Jerome Spencer, founder and leader of the New Zealand Women's Institute

The statue was unveiled to mark the 100th anniversary of the first meeting of a NZWI at Rissington, Hawke's Bay on 27 February 1921. Sculpted by Gerard McCabe and gifted by the NZWI

Anne Elizabeth Jerome Spencer Statue

Napier's newest statue - Anne Elizabeth Jerome Spencer, founder and leader of the New Zealand Women's Institute

The statue was unveiled to mark the 100th anniversary of the first meeting of a NZWI at Rissington, Hawke's Bay on 27 February 1921. Sculpted by Gerard McCabe and gifted by the NZWI

Arrived On Time

Watching the sunrise from the Napier Viewing Platform

Pania of the Reef

Pania was a beautiful maiden of the ocean

Located in Napier on the east coast of the North Island of New Zealand. The statue was commissioned by members of the Thirty Thousand Club after the Anglican Bishop of Aotearoa, Frederick Augustus Bennett, related the legend of Pania to them

Ahuriri Saturday

New Day

Watching Over the Pacific Ocean for Sunrise from the Napier Viewing Platform

New Day

Watching Over the Pacific Ocean for Sunrise from the Napier Viewing Platform

Tea For Two

A yacht anchored near Napier port with the sailors enjoying a sunset dinner

Postcard From Napier