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Destination New Zealand

Destination New Zealand

Written 6 years ago by Mark Evans

Well having made my way back to the UK a few weeks back, it finally came the time to sort through all my holiday photos. Its not a job I look forward to; I’d rather be out taking them all the time, but if you take ’em you gotta sort ’em! (And tweak where needed!) So heres some of my shots from the trip back home.

Maruia Falls

Maruia Falls

Te Pukatea Bay, Abel Tasman

Te Pukatea Bay, Abel Tasman

Drift Wood, Abel Tasman

Drift Wood, Abel Tasman

Medlands Beach, Abel Tasman

Medlands Beach, Abel Tasman

Beach Walking, Abel Tasman

Beach Walking, Abel Tasman

Silver Fern

Silver Fern

Totaranui Beach, Abel Tasman

Totaranui Beach, Abel Tasman

The Navigator

The Navigator

Wave Action

Wave Action

Scallop

Scallop

On The Way

On The Way

Turtle, Hong Kong

Turtle, Hong Kong

Art, Hong Kong

Art, Hong Kong

Hong Kong City

Hong Kong City

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Comments
Ritchie  6 years ago

WOW! Nice shots… Two thumbs up! yeah!

edward  6 years ago

I vote for the Drift Wood at Abel Tasman !! Neat photos.

BlueRose  6 years ago

oooh I LOVE the Wave Action? I hope you had some protective gear for your camera at that angle.

And Scallop should be a huge print up on the wall, its lovely.

you made NZ look so appealing with all those blue skies and high clouds :) wish it was like that all the time LOL

Great shots, what lens did you use for the wide angle shots?

Mark Evans  6 years ago

Hi BlueRose,
yeah my 5D got a little wet, but still ok! I used a canon 17-40mm for my wide angled shots, its great, as you can get super close to your foreground interest.
cheers
Mark

BlueRose  6 years ago

Mark you are far braver than I to let that much salt water near your precious camera :)

Most people I know have the 10-22 for the wide angle – whats the appeal for the 17-40 for you?

i have the 17-85 which isnt the best quality lens but gets the job done. But the 10-22 is around $1500 here and its not a necessity. I will get someting wide after I get my 100-400 LOL

Jen Pruett  6 years ago

wow the landscape is beautiful nice photos, Jen

Steven  6 years ago

Awesome stuff!

Lee Harth  6 years ago

Good shots mate.The medlands beach one is great,with the kayaks. you have given me some angle ideas thanks!

milena.  6 years ago

awesome pics.thx.

Maryville  6 years ago

Love the turtle

kiwigram  5 years ago

It is refreshing to see a different view of NZ. So many just concentrate on the scenery that we do not get to see some of the other parts. Great collection. Thank you.

Jedna Chwila  3 years ago

New Zeland – magic land in everybody dreams! :) beautiful places :)

sonia puri  3 years ago

Lovely and breathtaking pictures. I always WISH I could go there. I keep coming back ti see more and I always send them to my friends too

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