South Island- New Zealand

Remember when we traveled to New Zealand over a year ago? Yeah, me too.

Better late than never is becoming a mantra over in these parts.

After having my images and our story featured in Wayfare Magazine this last summer, I have been meaning to share a few of my favorite images from the trip. I hope you enjoy them as much as I do.

Lately I have been having a serious itch to travel far far away…and I’m due to give birth in about 7 weeks :/ So, instead, I will look at these photos, close my eyes and try with all my might to imagine I am within a arms reach of that magical glacier water once again.

This place was incredible.

(all shot with ektar 100 film and a little of portra 800 with my contax 645 and canon eos3)

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16 thoughts on “South Island- New Zealand

  1. These are beautiful in so many ways. They remind me of our trip to Ireland last May (except we had more gray than sun) This also really makes me look forward to traveling far, far away with our little one–coming in April!

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  2. First things first BEAUTIFUL. My pictures of NZ don’t even touch these. Granted you are a professional photographer so I’ll give you that.

    Second, isn’t that tunnel into Milford Sound crazy?! I was driving and when we first went into it our headlights weren’t on. Blackness enveloped us.

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  3. Truly just heartstoppingly gorgeous. The one of Novs through the van window, and Grant w/ camera holding Novs on the rocky patch, and I would please like the one of the horse in the field for my house. Thank you for sharing – just total magic Rach! xoxox love you babe, Whit

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  4. Look what a little punkin she was! Love the one of Grant multitasking with the camera and Nova. Now please excuse me while I go book some flights to NZ. x PS the southern hemisphere misses you! x

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  5. Kidnap me in this yellow bus and let me see the earth in this fashion.
    Think of the miracles we would make? I love you and your unfailing eye.

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