Adventuring Around the South Island
In the midst of my coffee drinking, singing, and studying, I have gone on a few adventures around the South Island. Each place is more stunning than the next. I constantly find myself questioning how it’s possible that there can be more beauty in the world–and even more, how my brain can continue to process it. I worry and wonder whether any place will ever seem as beautiful, now that I have experienced New Zealand so intimately. Below, I’ve attached photos of a couple of the places I’ve explored recently. Lucky for me, I’ve made a handful of friends who enjoy taking pictures as much as I do, so I never miss out on opportunities to take pictures of beautiful people IN all these beautiful places. Enjoy!A day hike on the Routeburn Track led us to this summit point–an absolutely glorious sight on a sunny, beautiful day.
A friend captured me flying above the Otago Peninsula
I was stunned by how beautiful Queenstown is at night, when all the boats are lit up along the pier, reflecting light over the rest of the water
A group shot on the Otago Peninsula, taken by a lovely stranger we met while on our hike