LAPC#165: Going Wide in New Zealand


Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #165: Going Wide

This post is thanks to Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #165: Going Wide.

This was all part of our seven-month journey around the world in 2018. To see more about this trip check it out here.

Click on the links below to see more stunning sights in each of the respective cities throughout New Zealand.

A tranquil sunset at Akaroa Harbor, New Zealand
Anchorage Bay in Abel Tasman, New Zealand
Blue Lake in Tongariro National Park near Taupo, New Zealand
Government Gardens in Rotorua, New Zealand
Share your thoughts with us! Which was your favorite? Where was your best panoramic/wide angle photograph taken?


    1. Hi there Khurt, thanks for joining us! Your name is like the foreign version of Kurt, that’s great! I assume it is German? He is Norwegian, German and Greek. We are HUGE fans of LOTR! We visited Hobbiton, hiked Mount Doom, and saw the Pelorus Bridge (the barrel scene from the Hobbit movie)…be sure to check out our other posts of New Zealand- Rotorua, NZ and Taupo, NZ, they are great ones to look at! 😍


    1. Thank you so much! Us too! We could live there if it wasn’t so far away from all our family in the U.S. What was your favorite place in NZ? When did you go?


      1. Oh, yes, Rotorua is great, however I mentioned to Kurt while we were there I don’t know how people could live there with the smell of the Sulphur. After a couple days I was getting a headache. But there is so much to see.

        That’s great to hear, that makes me happy. 😁


    1. Oh no, what bad timing John! You will get there. I just know it!! Well, we have posts from all over the South and North Island for ideas and top things to see and do, let us know if you have any questions. We are here to help.😁

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