Monday, November 06, 2006

Kaikoura Range

Snowy mountain and pebbled beach. Here at Kaikoura, this is my favourite view.
This is the end of series from our little trip late last month.

19 comments:

  1. That is simply extraordinary!

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  2. wwooww, the top of those mountains has the color of the glory!!!

    Greetings from a peruvian in Barcelona

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  3. Ben, this is gorgeous! As for sky and clouds, I'm trying ...and keep on visiting your blog!

    All the best

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  4. great view!!!
    all is beautiful in each detail

    greetings from Trujillo-Peru

    giu

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  5. Snow by the sea, or almost! You've gotta love NZ !!!

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  6. Spectacular. You would never see snow by the ocean in my area. The light on the snow almost makes it glow.

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  7. Thank you everyone.
    It's in middle of the spring season. The Kaikoura range still has lots of snow and sunshine on the beach. This time of year is the best season to take shot.

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  8. oh ben, this is simply breathtaking! that little trip of yours must've been wonderful!

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  9. i was speechless for a second - amazing!!

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  10. woww this photo is wonderful Ben. Somehow seeing New Zealand always the lord of the rings movie comes to my mind.

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  11. It really seems that NZ has it all when it comes to the natural environment. Snow & the beach in one shot???

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  12. Thank you all.
    At the Kaikoura Railway Station, at this time of the year, it's the best view at there!

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  13. I remember this scenery by passing on the TraNz Coastal.

    Miss these lndscapes everyday :-(

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  14. Thanks Liz,
    Some people prefer the train trio on coastal here. It must be a good trip, friend of ours from Japan did this but I always chasing them with my car. Yap, we drop them at Christchurch and pick them up at Picton.

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  15. What a beautifully composed photo. I can almost feel the pebbles beneath my feet.....!

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  16. Welcome to NDP Chris & Deb and thank you for your comment!

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  17. these snow-capped mountains are breath-taking - what a wonderful view!

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