Close up of the TSS Earnslaw © Michael Evans Photographer 2015

On the road to Glenorchy…

The drive from Queenstown to Glenorchy is not a particularly long one, however while brief it is absolutely spectacular 45 minutes spent gazing at the breathtaking scenery as the car winds alongside lake Wakatipu. Naturally we stopped at several locations along the way to stop and just breathe it all in…and then take photographs!

Beautiful Foxgloves aside Lake Wakatipu  © Michael Evans Photographer 2015
Beautiful Foxgloves I assumed they were called Lupins, but I have since been told that they are Foxgloves..?) aside Lake Wakatipu © Michael Evans Photographer 2015
Panoramic view of the TSS Earnslaw Vintage Cruiseship © Michael Evans Photographer 2015
Panoramic view of the TSS Earnslaw Vintage Cruiseship © Michael Evans Photographer 2015
Panoramic view of Lake Wakatipu  © Michael Evans Photographer 2015
Another huge panoramic stitch which as usual features great detail… For me stitching is highly addictive! © Michael Evans Photographer 2015
Bee on Foxglove, New Zealand © Michael Evans Photographer 2015
One of the natives… © Michael Evans Photographer 2015
Close up of the TSS Earnslaw  © Michael Evans Photographer 2015
Close up of the TSS Earnslaw © Michael Evans Photographer 2015
Panoramic view of Lake Wakatipu  © Michael Evans Photographer 2015
This panorama is comprised of 28 vertical stitched images; taken from the roadside on a peaceful morning… © Michael Evans Photographer 2015
Beautiful Foxgloves aside Lake Wakatipu  © Michael Evans Photographer 2015
Absolutely crystal clear water… © Michael Evans Photographer 2015
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5 thoughts on “On the road to Glenorchy…

    1. Ahhh, thank you! I’m no expert when it comes to flowers, but I was struck with how ubiquitous and beautiful the lupins are in New Zealand. With your love of nature and wildlife, you must put this country (and Australia of course!) on your bucket list! Thanks again for your kind comments and for taking the time to look at my blog, I really do appreciate it!

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