Lake Rotoiti area (upper South Island)

A few days based at lake Rotoiti reminded me just how beautiful our bush and lakes are.  The walks around the lake, and along the nearby rivers are alive with birdsong.  The black robins and fan tails (piwakawaka) follow the walkers about, hoping they’ll dislodge a few insects as they brush past branches and twigs.  It was a rainy period, so the skies were lovely and the autumn colours were just at their peak.

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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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