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Green and blue have become my favourite colours since living over here 🌎
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Pour l'anecdote aller en Nouvelle Zélande cette année était pas du tout prévu. Nous avions prévu de retourner en Australie pour un contrat de travail, après être resté 1 moi à Bali en attendant la réponse qui fut négative, on a du rebondir sur quelque chose d'autre mais l'argent commençait à manquer et la Nouvelle Zélande reste un pays onéreux dans l'ensemble et qu'il fallait repartir de zéro, puis surtout le froid car c'était l'hiver et dans notre sac on avait que des débardeurs et shorts 😁. Tout était un peu contre nous mais au final on a pas hésité en 3 4 jours on a eu le visa et on est partit. L aventure, le voyage vous réserve toujours de bonne surprise, comme nous pour la Nouvelle Zélande, ces lacs et paysages de montagnes dont on était pas habitué, sont juste sublimes et partager ça tout les deux ça n'a pas de prix.
Avez vous déjà changé d'itinéraire un jour pour des imprévus? .
🇬🇧 We were supposed to go work in Australia but we didnt get the visas, we had to reconsider our itinerary after. So we choose to go to New Zealand, not a lot money in our pocket we had to start from the bottom. But everyday we are glad to be here, the mountains landscape that we were not used to are incredible and share this experience together is priceless
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Look at that fab view! @thecoromandel is seriously stunning in any weather 💚😍 Don’t you think so? P.S. I sooo recommend this lookout with a friendly guy selling delish hot coffee right next to it. I wish I remembered the address 🤣
Beautiful day for being on Earth...whether on land, in the air, or in the sea 🌏💙🌊💨☀️🌴
1 585 hours ago
The New Zealand Government own the compound 1080 poison factory which drops a World Health Organisation 1A Ecotoxin into our native bush and waterways by helicopter. This is an indiscriminate poison with no antidote!!! DO NOT EXPECT TOURIST WARNINGS!! Our beautiful falcons are at risk, they are eating poisoned rats etc which is effecting their fertility and they are laying infertile eggs. The damage we are doing to our native birds and wildlife by dropping 1080 is immeasurable, we are pushing all our native birds towards extinction leading with the Kea. This madness needs to stop! Tamaiti and Tuhoe have never allowed 1080 poison to be dropped, they have the healthiest forests and prolific bird life. Private enterprises trap the area and make money from the possum at approx $130.00 a possum between trapping and fur, this is sustainable, creates employment and harvests the possums but the government miss out on selling their poison. This is why there is so much resistance to ban 1080 as nowhere else in the world has the government owned the poison factory. They have increased the drops by 8 times they want to drop the most they ever have this spring. They have reduced buffer/safe zones from 200 metres to 50 metres. Over the last few years Nick Smith and government have quietly changed our laws to suit their purpose. You could contests the drops 3 ways including at local government level, the New Zealand laws have now been changed so you can only contest drops at the high court or through Iwi. Watch You Tube - Poisoning Paradise. 49 Dead Kiwi at Mt Bruce -
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Favourite part of roadtrips is having the freedom to stop almost wherever you wish 🙌 if you haven't already you should drive through the Lindis Pass and take a moment to stop like we did. Winding roads surrounded in tussocks and snow in the winter, my mind was blown the first time I ever passed through here, New Zealand will never cease to amaze me 😍
Wherever you explore this long weekend make sure you’re reading the weather forecast on @metservicenz , leaving your intentions with a trusted contact and packing all the equipment you’ll need to handle cold overnight temperatures, especially if it’s been a clear day or you’re in a shaded spot. Taking a tent is a top idea if you’re heading into the backcountry, giving you the freedom to explore as you’d like. Check in with your local @docgovtnz visitor centre for information about things to do in your intended regions. @walkingaccess also has a great map on their website that’ll give you an idea of any out of bounds or private land. Have fun out there and #MakeItHomeNZ ——- 📷: @nzcoastie
“Another brilliant week properly off the grid in some new territory. We made use of the run of good weather by camping for the first time since autumn. It was pretty cold but completely worth it to wake up every morning for work in a place like this.”
Church of The Good Shepherd, New Zealand
One moody morning at this historic and extremely popular Church.
ISO 64 14mm f/13 86 sec
Multiple images blended in @photoshop
ISO 64 14mm f/5.6 10 sec
Long exposure for the clouds movement and focus stacked techniques involved in order to achieve a corner to corner sharp image and blur free foregrounds grass.
So i used a much faster shutter speeds to freeze the plants from the blowing wind.
Nikkor 14-24mm f/2.8 lens
@benro_australia GC26BTB4 carbon fibre tripod
@nisifiltersaustralia 3 stops ND
@haidafilter 3 stops soft GND