Why hello there, I’m Daniel Murray. I live in the South Island of New Zealand, that little country full of big beauty located at the southern end of the world. There’s nothing I enjoy more than exploring and capturing images of this amazing corner of the planet. On this here webby thing you can explore my image galleries, buy prints, and read up on my photography tips and adventures.
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If your measure of photographic success involves getting more creative, expanding your portfolio, improving your skills, or increasing sales, then read no further, cos’ that’s just ridiculous. No, we all know the real measure of success is racking up crispy likes and legions of adoring fans on Instagram! Now, [...]
Once a small town you passed through on the way to somewhere else, over the last few years Lake Tekapo, New Zealand, has become a major destination in its own right. Whether because of its inclusion in the world's largest dark sky reserve, development of awesome visitor facilities such as [...]
12:03am, 14 November 2016. The exact time which defined my 2017. Starting near Culverden, New Zealand, the ground started ripping apart, and then, travelling at 2 kilometres per second, it tore north-east towards the coastal town of Kaikōura. Two minutes later, when the earth finally stopped shaking, people’s lives [...]
Tucked away in the remote north-west corner of the South Island at the end of a no-exit road, Karamea is the quintessential slice of paradise. With relatively few people and vast wildness on its doorstep, the hustle and bustle of the world quickly fades from your memory soon after [...]
Or A Brief Guide to Lupines, If You’re That Way Inclined. Let's cut to the chase. Russell lupins may be pretty (holy moly they're pretty), but in Canterbury, New Zealand, they're an introduced plant and classified an invasive weed. In particular environments, especially our braided river systems, they pose [...]
New Zealand has 20 peaks which climb over 3,000m above sea level. Ever the greedy national park when it comes to scenery, Aoraki/Mount Cook National Park is home to 19 of them, with the centrepiece being our tallest mountain, Aoraki/Mt Cook itself (3,724m). Over 40% of the park is [...]