In many places the landscape was covered with representatives of fourty million population of sheep. That’s 10 skeins of wool per capita!
What do Kiwis do, when they’re not shearing the sheep? They move to their new homes on wheels and set off to explore all the wonders the nature has to offer in their beautiful land.
They do have where to choose from, because New Zealand is composed not only of mountains, forests, lakes, coasts, valleys and ravines, but also glaciers, volcanoes, fjords, cliffs, etc.
The last picture was taken by Maja, my lovely wife.