The South of South Island – Aotearoa’s Fiord-land

A photographic journey  –   by Philip Bell Below us stretched a quilted  blanket of glacial lakes, valleys and craggy granite peaks wreathed in snow.  We were flying into Queenstown,  the centre of New Zealand’s South Island, from what the Kiwis call their ‘Western Island’ (and I know as  ‘Australia’).  Aotearoa’s vast alpine plateau is marked on its West by deep fiords, some only accessible from the Tasman Sea, others by road from lakeside towns such as Queenstown and Te



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