within New Zealand
New Zealand's North and South islands are remarkable for the diversity of their landscapes and culture. The essence of the South Island lies in its wild and unspoiled mountains, glaciers, forests, rivers, lakes and fiords. The North Island, a place more modified by human hands, still surprises with the beauty of its kauri forests, steaming vents and volcanoes, and the strength of its Maori cultural traditions.
New Zealand's pre-eminent landscape photographer Craig Potton has selected 91 images from journeys around (and over) the islands and combined them into New Zealand North and South, capturing the essence of New Zealand's natural and cultural landscape.
|Published:||2006, rev 2011|
|Size:||227 x 170 mm|