Views of New Zealand
A quick look back at the time spent on the roads of kiwi-land. Many memories surround those who gave me their hands; from a short ride, to an open home.
The little town here at the foot of the Awatere (Ah-Wa-terry) valley is called Seddon, named after an early Prime Minister for NZ around 1900 called Richard John Seddon.
In the north part of the the southern island, there is land ripe with outdoors activities. The harbour here at Picton (technically Waikawa, two adjacent towns) is one of the largest in New Zealand. This picture is taken at a road leading towards the famous Queen Charlotte Track, a 71km long trek that runs from Ship cove to Anakiwa.
The sounds give way to a multitude of hidden gems, like this little sand cove, secluded by the rocky outcropping.