New Zealand South Island Proofsheet

A Photo Gallery By Mark Eden

New Zealand’s south island seems purpose made for a road trip. With a population of just over one million spread out over 151,000km, it is sparse and varied. Tiny townships dot the inner lakes area of Canterbury where crystal clear water is surrounded by snow-capped mountain ranges.

Rolling green hills eventually give way to the rugged west coast which offers a prehistoric setting of dense Fiordland rainforest and imposing mountain peaks.

Mountain and fog
Mountain and fog
Wanaka tree
Wanaka tree
Aoraki Mount Cook
Aoraki Mount Cook
Lake Tekapo dusk
Lake Tekapo dusk
Empty highway
Empty highway
Mt John summit
Mt John summit
Moeraki Boulders
Moeraki Boulders
Fern leaf
Fern leaf
Rock detail
Rock detail
Milford Sound
Milford Sound
Lake Ruataniwha
Lake Ruataniwha
Church of the Good Shepherd
Church of the Good Shepherd


New Zealand South Island Details

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Caption List:

Photo 1. Mountain peaks covered in fog outside Cardona, New Zealand

Photo 2. Lone tree on Lake Wanaka at sunset

Photo 3. Aoraki Mount Cook with blue sky and empty field

Photo 4. Lake Tekapo dusk. Lake Tekapo at dusk with rock formations and still water

Photo 5. Empty highway on road to Aoraki Mount Cook

Photo 6. Mt John summit. View from summit of Mt John, Tekapo

Photo 7. Moeraki Boulders. Moeraki Boulders on Otago Peninsula

Photo 8. Fern leaf. Detail of New Zealand fern leaf

Photo 9. Rock detail. Detail of rocks at Milford Sound, New Zealand

Photo 10. Milford Sound. Milford Sound in Fjordland National Park with cloudy sky

Photo 11. Dusk at Lake Ruataniwha

Photo 12. Church of the Good Shepherd. Church of the Good Shepherd at Lake Tekapo, South Island, New Zealand