The second running of this cattle drive occurred 8th-14th April, 2018.
So there you go, a sample of the experience.
When one is driving a rural highway at daybreak and the light does this, one must find a spot to pull over and take a snap
When your heavily pregnant wife reckons she wants to go on an overnight camping photo-shoot adventure with you, even though the forecast is 3 degrees C overnight where you are going, then you drive more than 7 hours, arrive after dusk, do a little photographing, climb into the swag, then wake up in the morning and you get this
To top it off, this was a Sunday morning, so the sound of the church organ wafting through the fog and morning light was a lovely addition to the morning.
This is Gostwyck Chapel, near Uralla in the New England Region of NSW.
A short series of images from Wombarra in the Illawarra, NSW.
Bare-nosed Wombats and Kookaburras at Bendeela Campground in Kangaroo Valley, NSW.
The impressive Belmore Falls, in good flow. These falls are in Morton National Park, very near the town of Robertson in the Southern Highlands region of NSW.
The Belmore Falls is a plunge waterfall with three drops on the Barrengarry Creek in the Southern Highlands and Illawarra regions of New South Wales.
Day 9-11. Makarora and Fox Glacier etc, South Island – New Zealand.
More from Otago, plus some from West Coast. As is the case with all holidays, the end comes too soon.
This last post includes images from Blue Pools on the Makarora River, the Whataroa River, Fox Glacier, and Lake Hawea (near The Neck).
Dusk settles over the Southern Alps at Makarora.
The stunning, and frigid, Blue Pools.
Happy hour 🙂
Cold beers and conversation in and alongside the Makarora River.
A Tui (Prosthemadera novaeseelandiae), in the honeyeater family, foraging on New Zealand flax (Phormium sp.).
Dawn over the Southern Alps at Fox Glacier – includes Aoraki / Mount Cook.
I hope you enjoyed this and the previous posts of my images from a fantastic holiday in New Zealand.
Early morning fog envelopes a bluff on the boundary of Wollemi National Park and a rural pocket near Glen Davis in the Capertee Valley, NSW.
With good winter rains, the 2014 Avon Descent was a lot of fun to observe. This photo-blog presents some of my images of various paddle craft competitors.
A thick durable fog and rather chilly conditions greeted the competitors…
Hope you enjoyed this post.