Goodbye New Zealand! You have been absolute magic and I feel so lucky to have been able to spend so much time exploring all that you have to offer!! (Except not actually all you have to offer and will have to come back soon to continue exploring!) .
The mountains, the lakes and the rugged beaches have been amazing but what really made this trip unforgettable was all the people I met along the way. Each one of you has changed my life in a way that you’ll never know. The kindness I have been shown (especially as a solo traveler), the adventures we have been on and the stories we have shared will be in my heart forever. To the people I met briefly, the people I got really close with, and everyone in between, I can’t thank you enough for all the special memories. .
I am off to the airport at the moment, about to fly to Sydney, Australia where I will start my new life and new adventure! It’s hard saying goodbye to all the people I have met here in NZ but I’m excited for this next part of my life and I cannot wait to see who comes into my life next and the adventures that are about to be had!! Another chapter in my life closed, as the next one opens 💛☺️ .
. 🌎 Have any of you ever moved to a different country?? If so, any tips for adjusting ??
1018744 days ago
It's hard tk beat a sunrise at That Wanaka Tree! What a shot by @jamesborsjenz
Well, it’s time to introduce our signature all-over print tee! Please, welcome Rotorua T-shirt 💕 Swipe to see it from different angles.
We knew from the very beginning that all-over prints are something we want to do and this Wai-O-Tapu photo was such a perfect fit 🙌 Colourful but not overwhelming, eye catching and easily recognisable. Do you like it? 💫 Alex is wearing size M (he’s 183-184 cm tall).
12120 hours ago
Here today, gone tomorrow - Unknown waterfall in Fiordland
Some of you may not know this, but my other job aside from being a photographer is being a nature guide. My job allows me to meet amazing people and guide them through my favourite place- Fiordland!
Today I had one of my best days guiding ever. I was able to show a client some of the unexplored parts of Fiordland National park on a photography specific trip.
I was able to capture this waterfall from up above in a helicopter. It was exciting being able to see where the water came from and where it was headed. Just one of hundreds of little streams and rivers we saw coming down the mountains.
I took over a thousand photos today so there are plenty epic shots that I will eventually share with you.
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What makes #queenstown the best destination for a honeymoon, wedding, surprise proposal (all the romance)
Huge majestic mountains in every direction ✔️ Cute resort town with lake/mountain views ✔️ Loads of modern bars and restaurants ✔️ Livley nightlife ✔️
A zillion adventure activities including jet boating, hot air ballooning and bungy jumping ✔️ Some of the worlds most scenic hikes ✔️
Autumn colours like you've never seen ✔️
Friendly locals ✔️
Skifeilds & open fireplaces ✔️
We spent a couple of days driving through The Catlins, and stopped at several waterfalls along the way. The best of these was McLean Falls, a popular local swimming spot.
81121 hours ago
How damn romantic is a stargazing experience with your loved one in one of the most beautiful places in the world? What about a beaut picture of the two of you in front of a glistening backdrop of stars? We can help with both 😉
We'll take a snap of you on our tour so you can have a sweet memento to look back on. Been on one of our tours and looking for your pics? You'll find them on our @Flickr account - link in the bio above ☝️ ☝️ ☝️
This was not the first stop in our current roadtrip around New Zealand. But is a great place to start sharing and to represent the purpose of this journey through Middle-earth. Here we are at the summit of Mt. Sunday, that served as film location of the city of Edoras, kingdom of Rohan, in Lord of the Rings.
Our guides go above and beyond to give you the best experience - they'll even help you get that perfect shot for the gram. 📷 -
Our team is super knowledgable and passionate about sharing Tekapo with the world. They're also a pretty friendly bunch so don't be afraid to ask all those burning questions.
Our tours depart twice daily no matter the weather, so head to the link in our bio to book in ☝️ ☝️ ☝️
Today was one of those days when you feel really lucky to a) live here b) have a job like mine that allows me to do this 3) know some lovely humans who say yes and f) live here. Oh Queenstown. Thank you @helitoursqueenstown 🚁🚁🚁🚁
El bosque más mágico que he pisado jamás o no @guillefp91 ?? •
No sé si será así de verde húmedo y denso todo el año pero fue increíble. Me sentía en una película de fantasía! Ninguna fotografía podrá plasmar lo brutal del lugar.
38322 hours ago
Back in Wanaka and trying to remember why I left #itwasmoney
Couple weeks ago I visited a spot I’ve driven past for the past 23 years (well ma and pa for most of that 🚘) and was definitely not disappointed! None of the whanau knew this crater lake even existed!!
68322 hours ago
This is the perfect representation of how surrender feels for me... what you can’t see in this picture is the 5 minutes it took to build up the courage to actually leap. For someone who has survived life by being in control, nothing is more difficult than willingly surrendering that to Jesus and choosing to let Him protect me and have full control of my life.
But the second I built up the courage to take this leap the fear (mostly) disappeared and it felt like flying!! The Father is looking for hearts that can be surrendered to Him without hesitation, hearts that will worship in spirit and truth, hearts that overcome the fear of the leap and do it anyway.
It’s a journey and a process that I am pretty sure will take the rest of my life to learn, but I love that I am starting to experience the thrill of the leap!