Thought for the week from ‘Rattle Ya Dags’
I love the colour and form of flax in flower. This snapshot of Phormium tenax was taken on a rainy afternoon in Milford Sound. According to Wikipedia, Milford Sound has a mean annual rainfall of 6,813 mm (268 in) and rains on average 182 days a year. It’s known as the wettest inhabited place in New Zealand and one of the wettest in the world – rainfall can reach 250 mm (10 inches) during a span of 24 hours. Stunning scenery. Take a coat.
Thought for the week from ‘Rattle Ya Dags’ Short and to the point from Peter Urlich. Good Kiwi stuff.
Typical rural NZ featuring rolled hay bails, tractors, and the White Hill wind farm just visible in the background. Taken from Mossburn in Southland. Nothing too spectacular about this shot, but pleasant enough kind of feel to it. Conditions at the time were pretty dull so I’ve experimented with a slightly retro analogue feel to this version.
This is a pretty cool video shot in 10 days by two people.
This is going back a bit now (2007) but some fun pics taken with my old Olympus C-770 Ultra Zoom. These photos taken by Rob Edwards of LifeformLabs are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License and may reproduced for non-commercial purposes as long as attribution is given.
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