I've got an itch. An itch I haven't been able to scratch in four years. An itch that keeps me awake at night thinking about travel, adventure, and far away places. An itch that backpacking and roadtrips can never fully relieve. I'm talking about the international travel itch: the need to see a different country, a different culture, and a different landscape. Well it's time for me to finally scratch that itch in a big way.
I'll be spending this April in New Zealand, photographing my way around the South Island. 26 glorious days of Kiwi mountains, beaches, glaciers, and rainforests. That's 52 sunrises and sunsets, 20+ insanely beautiful locations, countless kilometers to drive, a ridiculous amount of fun, and if all goes well a photo or two.
I'll be posting images and videos throughout the trip, telling stories, and facebooking as well. I'd love to have you guys along for the ride so check out my Kick-Ass Kiwi Adventure Photography Project or my profile for all the details.
About this image
This is a re-process of one of my favorite shots from my last trip to NZ in 2007, back when I didn't know what I was doing with a camera. Just got lucky with this shot. This is in Abel Tasman National Park where beaches are, quite simply, exactly what beaches should be.