Waipunga Pines

The last standing pines post-harvest on a rainy day in the Waipunga Block at Eskdale, New Zealand

Snowy Kawekas

The Kaweka Range with fresh snow from a spring storm

Shine Falls V

Hawke's Bay's most spectacular waterfall, the 58 metre Shine Falls is located at the northern end of the Boundary Stream Mainland Island Reserve

Shine Falls IV

Hawke's Bay's most spectacular waterfall, the 58 metre Shine Falls is located at the northern end of the Boundary Stream Mainland Island Reserve

Last Stand

The last remaining trees of a harvested pine forest standing high on a misty ridge

Farm Shed II

An old shed by the sheep yards

Farm Shed

An old shed by the sheep yards With a row of trees high on a ridge

Lost Peak II

Te Mata Peak lost in the clouds on a rainy misty day with the Tukituki River below

Kiwi Crossing II

A road sign warning the native New Zealand Kiwi birds may cross the road ahead

Atmospheric Conditions

Sunlight breaking through the clouds over the Maungaharuru Range

Country Stream

A meandering stream over rugged farmland

Country Road

A winding gravel road with the Mohaka River in the distance

Te Kooti's Cloak III

Māori resistance leader Te Kooti sheltered in the upper Mōhaka area in 1871–72. He spent time on the Tataraakina peak at the junction of the Te Hoe and Mōhaka rivers, which is also known as "Te Kooti’s Lookout"

Te Kooti's Cloak II

Māori resistance leader Te Kooti sheltered in the upper Mōhaka area in 1871–72. He spent time on the Tataraakina peak at the junction of the Te Hoe and Mōhaka rivers, which is also known as "Te Kooti’s Lookout"

Mohaka River Trail

A dramatic steep landscape seen from high above the Mohaka River in the Kaweka Ranges

Crayfish

Rock Lobster or Crayfish can be found around the rocky coasts of New Zealand

Hey Sparrow

A curious sparrow in a rosemary bush

To The Top

Mt Erin and foothills in hazy autumn afternoon sunlight

Tiny Tractor

A tractor heads for home on a picturesque farm in the Tukituki Valley, Hawkes Bay, New Zealand. Shot from high up on Te Mata Peak