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I never thought I would stay overnight in a boat. Especially in such a exotic place like Milford Sound in New Zealand. The crew told us we are very lucky with the weather, so I witnessed that morning. The boat was asleep except lite bunch of photographers…

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One morning I looked out of my window and saw this, the sunlight reflected from the cloud above the hill was unreal. Not that I sleep with my camera (like those guys in action movies you know, always ready to shoot), but this time it actually was in my…

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If you tried to take more or less close picture of any waterfall you know that the mist that comes out of water likes to settle on your lens rendering all your shots useless. Unless you have a piece of fabric with you and wipe the glass before every shot.…

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From one of my walks in city of Auckland. This is an entrance to a local train station – Britomart Transport Centre. Actual railways are underground and if to look through the blue circle of water (not glass as it might seem) one can see trains.…

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Love walking in the rain?  I find it relaxing. Not that I do it on purpose, but living in New Zealand for many years I learned there is the only way to escape the rain – it is to sit home – not my option anyway. That day I hoped to see some snow, instead…

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I had a walk with my family around the lake in the park telling my kids how beautiful autumn is in cold regions of Northern Hemisphere and how maple trees turn red and yellow. Here in New Zealand it does not get that cold in autumn, so the leaves just…

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Friday nights in Auckland CBD are very specific, lots of friendly drunken people wonder around and lots of them think they must approach you and ask what are you taking photos of. However so far, no unpleasant encounters. The photo is taken at Auckland…

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I arrived at Te Mata Valley before sunrise, there was chilly wind getting through all my layers of clothes and freezing my fingers so it was had to operate the camera. But only until the sun came out above horizon. The valley magically transformed in a…

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This one was taken from the track to Diamond Lake at South Island, New Zealand. The track goes up quite at a steep angle, so if not to forget to look back dramatic views unfold quite quickly. Coexistence of human made stuff and nature made objects is so…

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One of those small and deserted west coast beaches in New Zealand. Uninviting wind blowing to your face and purple-ish sand gives this place a very surreal feel. There is no traces on sand, not even a seagull would share this sunset with me as if this…
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