Central Otago, New Zealand

Pictures from the beautiful Central Otago Region, in the lower South Island of New Zealand.
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“The Dunny" at Poolburn Reservoir, Central Otago, New Zealand.

“The Dunny" at Poolburn Reservoir, Central Otago, New Zealand.

"Poolburn Dam" - Maniototo, Central Otago. There is something harsh & unforgiving about the Maniototo. Rocky outcrops, scant natural vegetation & climatic extremes continuously challenge human habitation. But harsh elements can combine to produce beauty.

There is something harsh & unforgiving about the Maniototo. But harsh elements can combine to produce beauty.

"Musterer's Cottage" - Nevis Valley, South Island, NZ.  Set in the beautiful & historic Nevis Valley, this cottage has withstood the rigours of many winters & provided shelter for hardy men & dogs. For more information and images please visit www.insyncphotography.co.nz/new-images/

"Musterer's Cottage" - Nevis Valley, South Island, NZ. Set in the beautiful & historic Nevis Valley, this cottage has withstood the rigours of many winters & provided shelter for hardy men & dogs. For more information and images please visit www.insyncphotography.co.nz/new-images/

“Fallen in the Forest” - Coalpit Dam, Naseby in Central Otago, NZ.

“Fallen in the Forest” - Coalpit Dam, Naseby in Central Otago, NZ.

"Tension" - Ice on the Poolburn Dam in Central Otago, NZ.

"Tension" - Ice on the Poolburn Dam in Central Otago, NZ.

"Over to the dark side" Nevis Valley in Central Otago, New Zealand

"Over to the dark side" Nevis Valley in Central Otago, New Zealand

An "Ice Cocoon" formed as the result of frost fighting in the Cromwell basin of the Central Otago Region, New Zealand.  When the air temperature reaches freezing level water is sprayed onto trees, which then freezes forming insulation in the form as an ice cocoon.  This protects the fruit from the frost.

An "Ice Cocoon" formed as the result of frost fighting in the Cromwell basin of the Central Otago Region, New Zealand. When the air temperature reaches freezing level water is sprayed onto trees, which then freezes forming insulation in the form as an ice cocoon. This protects the fruit from the frost.

"Rim of Fire" - Wedderburn, Maniototo in the South Island.

"Rim of Fire" - Wedderburn, Maniototo in the South Island.

Trees insulated by ice as a result of Frost Fighting near Cromwell in the Central Otago Region.   Water is sprayed on the trees when the air temperature reaches freezing level, forming an insulation layer protecting their fruit from frost damage.

Trees insulated by ice as a result of Frost Fighting near Cromwell in the Central Otago Region. Water is sprayed on the trees when the air temperature reaches freezing level, forming an insulation layer protecting their fruit from frost damage.


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