Easter at Akaroa

Akaroa is a little, French-influenced, township on Banks Penninsula, in the South Island of New Zealand.  The first colonists came from France and their architecture, street names and descendents keep that early influence alive.  It was the perfect place to park the caravan and start exploring  the inlets, hillsides and dusty roads that wind through huge swathes of dry coastal farmland.  The weather was fantastic; beautiful warm evening light and a few clear dawns were an amateur photographer’s delight.

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About karlum

Communicator and amateur photographer. Love getting out around the country with my 4WD truck and caravan to photograph landscapes and people.
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