Friday, October 10, 2008

Mt Hutt - Lake Tekapo - Mt Cook - Christchurch

A few photos from my two-week snowboarding trip to New Zealand in mid September. The variation in the landscape was amazing, from flat, dry, windy prairies covered in brush, to lush, rolling English slopes, to endless rocky mountain ranges that even through the months of summer still remain scattered with snow.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi! Interesting start. I stumble by chance on your blog.. I just exit mine and then click on the next blog... and there you were. I am not english native, so I appologize for the mistakes. Love the pictures! you don't mind if I watch this bear's life from the other side of the world, isn't?

10:13 AM  
Blogger fiftylux said...

hello! feel free to look and read...I'll try to keep it interesting! It's a pity I can't read the language your blog is in - but I like your photos!

8:53 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

well, thank you! The photos are made in my almost weekly escape from Bucharest (the noisy capital) to the Carpathians Mountains (my heaven), or other places in my country, Romania (and very rare outside the border). It's a part of life I like to give and like to receive. The thinks we see and what they awake in us...

5:41 AM  
Blogger Matt at Abstract Gourmet said...

You would very likely have gone through my old home town... Fairlie... probably not much to look at there, but a lovely little town.

Mt Cook was where we used to go on school excursions to chase Kea's and slide down hills :)

6:15 AM  

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