🇳🇿 New Zealand 🇳🇿 I still can’t get over the color of the water in New Zealand! Maybe it’s because I am from Texas where rivers and lakes are a lovely shade of, ummm...brown. .
The water in New Zealand gets this distinctive color because the rivers and lakes are glacier-fed and contain finely ground minerals that are carried on the top level of the water resulting in jaw dropping shades of blue. .
When traveling in New Zealand, don’t forget to pull off the side of the road and take the trails into the forest, because beautiful rivers like this hide behind the trees and remain unseen to those not willing to have a little adventure!
Attended another winter wellness event last thursday and definitely had a blast learning all about skin health, gut health, reiki energy, chakra balancing and how all of these together can help bring out your best self this coming winter - from the inside out and the outside in ✨
Incredibly thankful to @romy_yogifacialist and @victoriaroseholistics of @thebeautyelixir, and phoebe from @feelfreshnutrition for sharing their knowledge and for holding such wonderful space to connect with beautiful like-minded souls! Had sooo much FUN 😉 and went home with tips i'm excited to apply on my everyday routine💥 #winterwellness#womenscircle
“Go on an adventure they said!” These two (plus other rad peeps) went on an adventure of a lifetime complete with flooding, helicopters and jet boat rescue in the middle of the great outdoors. Glad our beanies kept them warm 😂⚡️🦆
As an artist exploring wine... it's like striking gold @brancottestate, viewing the stunningly geometric "Under/standing" sculpture by New York designer Dror Benshetrit against the vineyard's jaw-dropping panoramic views, while tasting Brancott Estate Chief Winemaker, Patrick Materman's inspired creations. And as if one wasn't spoilt and heady enough already, outside the cellar door and restaurant's giant windows, the mist and the rain play catch-me-if-you-can with the sun and the wind... making a rather delicious arvo in #nzmarlborough... magic!
The forests in New-Zealand make you think you were transported into an ancient fairy tale 🌲🌲🌲🌲🌲🌲 Did you know that before people arrived in New Zealand, 80% of the land was covered in dense forest? Unfortunately, now only 24% of land is native forest. The forests that remain are still amazing, with many colors of mosses decorating the tree trunks.
Welcome to Edoras the capital of Rohan.
Ok its actually Mt Sunday I’m standing on which was used in filming LOTR as well as this area. And honestly it was one of the best experiences ive ever had. So much fun & i have so many photos to go through 😂
Now this was one hell of a view to be greeted by as i flew into Christchurch this afternoon. The Southern Alps are such a stunning site.