Feature: River | Waterfall

  • The Tasman River (left) and Hooker River (right) converge and flow towards Lake Pukaki
  • One of the many hidden canyons dotted around Haast Pass, Mount Aspiring National Park
  • Probably the most well known of the many waterfalls of the Catlins Forest Park
  • The many braids of the Godley River, taken near its confluence with Lake Tekapo
  • Stirling Falls (151m), Milford Sound / Piopiotahi, illuminated by the rays of the setting sun
  • Water tumbling down the 1,000m bluffs in the Earnslaw Burn make for an impressive sight
  • The Earnslaw Glacier hangs precariously below the twin peaks of Mt Earnslaw (2,830m)
  • Pre-dawn reflections in one of the several small tarns dotting the valley floor in the Earnslaw Burn
  • Gnarly trees in the Earnslaw Burn Valley, Mt Aspiring National Park
  • The intricate braids of the Godley River, which flows into Lake Tekapo
  • The spectacular Earnslaw Burn, located near Glenorchy and reached via a 5-6 hour hike
  • A spectacular sunrise on a windy morning in the Tasman Valley heralds bad weather ahead
  • The Riuwaka River emerges from a cave deep in the Takaka Hills into lush rainforest
  • A colourful sunrise lights up remnant snow from a recent storm in the Tasman Valley
  • A winter storm creates a light show across the Tasman Valley, Aoraki-Mt Cook National Park
  • The wild expanse of Gillespies Beach, located in South-Westland near the township of Fox Glacier
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