I like to take pictures of my feet in interesting places. Maybe it’s just proof to show that I was really there; maybe it’s a half-hearted attempt at an artistic angle. Probably both! Here is an overview of some of the amazing places my feet carried me in New Zealand.
On the volcanic sand of Raglan beach, on the west coast of the North Island.
On a bridge above a waterfall, somewhere in the North Island.
On the golden sand of the beach in Abel Tasman National Park, in the South Island.
On the Ben Lomond track near Queenstown, South Island.
In a kayak in Milford Sound, South Island.
In Kaikoura, South Island, where we snorkelled with wild dusky dolphins!
On top of a mountain in Arthur’s Pass, South Island.
In Arthur’s Pass, South Island; after passing some stunning alpine vegetation in the aptly named wetlands, I reached this footbridge which marked the end of the track, in the pouring rain.
Passing through the Marlborough Sounds while crossing from the North to the South Island. The water was alive with thousands of tiny jellyfish (aurela aurita).
At the glacial Blue Lakes in the South Island.