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New Zealand: views from the Interislander

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The first time on the recent trip that we took the Interislander ferry, from the North Island to the South Island on February 18th, the weather was grey. We had better luck going back across the Cook Strait to the North Island on March 3rd, as you can verify in the picture above.

And here’s a look down at the churning water alongside the ferry:

© 2017 Steven Schwartzman

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Written by Steve Schwartzman

April 25, 2017 at 4:54 AM

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  1. Beautiful images! 🙂

    Indira

    April 25, 2017 at 5:48 AM

  2. Beautiful coastal scene

    norasphotos4u

    April 25, 2017 at 7:59 PM

  3. That’s a far cry from the Bolivar ferry. I’m especially taken with the way the wind is made visible in the first photo, both on the water and in the clouds. The symmetry is beautiful.

    There’s something almost hypnotic about watching a boat’s wake, whether from the bow or the stern. I’ve spent plenty of hours staring down at scenes like that second photo, and it never gets old.

    shoreacres

    April 25, 2017 at 9:28 PM

    • Oh, is it ever a far cry from the Bolivar ferry. If only the Texas coast were as scenic as New Zealand’s coasts.

      “Hypnotic” is a good way to describe the second view. I took a bunch of pictures of the roiling water, which entranced me. I can still see the three-dimensionaliity of the water in this two-dimensional photograph.

      Steve Schwartzman

      April 25, 2017 at 10:39 PM


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