you are so talented. the lighting in that photo of the green onions(?) - wow!
Thanks a lot, I was lucky to get that shot. The owner of the place, Lynne was so great she just let us wander around the house and gardens and didn't mind that I was snapping furiously away all the while.
these just make me want to go to NZ next available 5-day holiday I can get. perhaps I'll do a 2-day quick Auckland walk then Akaroa? so much freshness!
Hello NZ is so very wonderful I wish I could live there near all that nature. Actually even from Singapore it's a 10 hour flight so maybe you might want to try at least 7 to 10 days to make the air ticket worthwhile? The nearest city to Akaroa is Christchurch which is in the South Island. Let me know if you decide to go, maybe I can share some tips about transport and lodging with you :)
like a dream. i wish i were there now!
The place was oozing quirky NZ charm, it's the kind of place where you really can't stop snapping away.
Wow, beautiful place! Love these pics.
stumbled upon your blog and I'm glad I did! lovely photos ;) will surely come back.
Thanks for dropping by and saying hello :) The recent posts were all shot during my Feb holiday in NZ.
haha! nature really took over that barbecue, eh?
Haha yeap. I loved it how everything was rather wild and overgrown. It's great to see a place like that after all the manicured gardens that I'm used to.