New Zealand North Island

They build em tough over in NZ. And they need to be if they want to sink fifteen Heines before bed, and still not wake up with an axe clean through the forehead. A long lineage of lumber jacks come from the place. That’s why they invented the Swanny! A fine piece of apparel you can buy even in Aussie. But it’s not gum trees they’re chopping, it’s pine mate. Drove past a couple testing out the two dollar petrol they do there. I’m only used to the buck-twenty stuff so it was a bloody treat. A few blue skies and it was nothing but a true blue time.

Taranaki-New-Zealand

Castlepoint-New-Zealand

Ngawi-New-Zealand

Macrocarpa-New-Zealand

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Waikanae-New-Zealand

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Equipment: Mamiya 7 ii, 43mm lens, Kodak Portra 160 film

One Response to “New Zealand North Island”

  1. besideAugust 30, 2017 at 2:13 am #

    Thankѕ for finally writing about >New Zеaland North
    Island | Isaac Panaretos Photography <Loved it!

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