A collection of photos from New Zealand; perhaps the most photogenic country in the world (apologies, perhaps, to Iceland.)
The setting sun casts a warm glow on Mt Cook as the peaceful cold, soft waters of Hooker Lake flow gracefully on..
The Milky Way descends as Aurora Australis (Southern Lights) dances on a clear night in Te Anau.
As the light fades on Tasman Lake in Mt Cook NP, a beautiful eruption of color fills the sky and completes and already magical scene.
Sometimes life feels more like a dream; such was the case in our night visit to Milford Sound in New Zealand.
A twisted, braided river joins the glacial-blue waters of Lake Ohau in New Zealand's Mackenzie region.
Even the road to Mt Cook National Park is impossibly scenic, hinting at the treasured views to come.
Some nights you find yourself wondering if you woke up on another planet...
A silhouetted figure comes face to face with the Milky Way in Aoraki, New Zealand.
The incredible southern lights photographed on a beach in New Zealand.
A KP7 Aurora Australis over a New Zealand golden sand beach.