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November 10th 2011
Published: November 17th 2011
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Just another Island? On that Friday morning I drove down to the harbor and got myself and my new car on the ferry. Yeah, the EEL was left behind. After a few days I got fed up with it. Not the car as such. The CD player in the EEL. It could only play the first 5-6 songs on every CD and often it didn't do that very well. Apart from the odd hitchhikers and a Norwegian guy who went along for a d... Read Full Entry

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Self PortraitSelf Portrait
Self Portrait

In the style of the Pioneer Satellite.
I just love taking pictures like thisI just love taking pictures like this
I just love taking pictures like this

Some bridge south of Greymouth.
Going Up!Going Up!
Going Up!

You can pretty much tell from the background why I decided to go for this, right?

This gives you a bit of an idea of how close we flew to the mountains. My lovely fellow passenger needed something to hold onto a few times :)
Mt CookMt Cook
Mt Cook

At 3700-something it is the highest peak in NZ. And we just flew next to it :)
Upper CrustUpper Crust
Upper Crust

The upper ice-fall of the Fox Glacier. Just below the NĂ«ve.
Are you kidding me!!Are you kidding me!!
Are you kidding me!!

The same sort of feeling I got, when Eric and I was standing on that hill at the northern end of Lake Toba. This is just too good to be true.
Front seatFront seat
Front seat

The lovely English couple that I shared that experience with let me have the front seat as we were heading down.
One moreOne more
One more

Once I got down, I actually asked if they had another flight that day. I was soo ready to go up there again.
Water to IceWater to Ice
Water to Ice

A waterfall going under the Fox Glacier.

17th November 2011

Smukke, smukke billeder :-)
20th November 2011
On the Road to Something Great

This photo is gorgeous!!!!

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