Few countries on Earth can match New Zealand for the variety of landscape. From the mysterious and mist-enshrouded Cape Reinga famed in Maori legend, to the rocky West Coast and the soaring panorama of Mount Cook, the country offers an enormous diversity of scenic beauty within a small and comparatively accessible area.
The views it shows are unique — photographer Ray Joyce spent months travelling all over New Zealand in a light aircraft aand filming from the air.
The results are spectacular. There are snow-capped peaks, wild and rocky areas that have hitherto been seen only by the hardiest trampers and explorers, river heads, sandy beaches, trout streams — as well as the towns, cities and other places in which the effects of human habitation are the most apparent.
Documentary-maker Bill Saunders has prepared a text that crisply counterpoints the superb photographs.
This is a second hand book.
Good condition, dust cover yellowing
Page Count: 207 with colour photos
Publisher: Lansdowne Press
Dimensions: 14.5 x 10.2 x 0.8 inches – this is a very large book and will require additional freight