”Good friends are like stars. You don’t always see them, but you know they are always there.” 💙
Back in Helsinki after yet another adventure. I had a hard time deciding which image to post - as there were many great candidates. Ultimately, this astroshot of Mt Cook, combined with the quote above felt the best.
At first, my intention was actually to take a sunset shot from there. I was the only person around, as no one else was stupid enough to get stuck in the mountains after sunset. It was so peaceful and quiet there, so I stayed a little longer. And a little longer.. That’s when all these stars decided to show around the mountains. Absolutely unbelievable, and yet another example of the magic that can happen when you step out of your comfort zone ✨✨✨
📍 Mt Cook, New Zealand
Having travelled to many parts of the world re-discovering my homeland these holidays has been an experience in and of itself. The people, food and the untamed beauty of #NewZealand is something I hope all people are able to discover for themselves. #nature#travel
I love finding those unique places, off the beaten path a bit that make you stop and stare!
These clay cliffs were just that! It was so cool realizing how small we all really were next to it! .
Have you gone off the beaten path to find a unique gem of a spot?
Here's to one of the best pics I managed to take of the Whanganui river from our 2 day canoe trip over the weekend. It's an amazing part of New Zealand with so many areas so isolated and unreachable by road you feel like you're part of the lost world or something. I would definitely recommend doing it if you have the chance, we booked through a lovely family run company called the Whanganui River Canoe tours in Raetihi 👍