The Milky Way is easy to spot on a clear night, with New Zealand skies blessed with a front row seat to the centre of this milky, magical wonder of nature.
Taking a moment to soak in your surroundings is grounding, and what better place than beside our mighty awa, the Manawatū River.
What is now no more than skeletal remains, the Opiki Toll Bridge was once a critical part of the booming flax industry. Now though, it makes for a stunning backdrop to the evening sky.
Where the crow flies, or in this case ‘where the seagulls play’ when it comes to Himatangi Beach. Here’s another piece of our stunning west coast beaches for your viewing pleasure.
There’s something about these giant guardians on our mountain tops, that puts things into perspective.
While the city sleeps, its beauty and vibrancy is still there, awaiting our return.
As the sun sets in the west, the Manawatū River lights up with dappled waters of silky colours as it prepares to sleep for the night.
Breathe in the salty air and if you’re lucky, spot Kapiti Island on the horizon and beyond to the tip of the South Island.
What better way to get some perspective than from the very tops of the ranges overlooking Papaioea?