Images from South Island -1

Steve & Trish Brown
Tue 22 Mar 2011 06:03

Here are just a few of the 100’s of photos that we took during our 6 weeks in South no particular order.

Kiwis just love old cars, motorbikes, tractors, etc. This one was seen in Geraldine but we saw many more as we toured around peaking in Franz Josef and Fox Glacier

When we saw about 10 vintage Rolls Royces


Trish had promised to pat the sheepdog memorial on the shores of Lake Tekapo, a tribute to the breeds part in developing sheep farming in NZ


Both Trish and Katie took lots of photos of the plant life as well as the wild life.


Ed Hillary, One of NZ’s great heros, a big man in all ways.


Another busy road...this one onthe road through the Lindis Pass, Central Otago.


NZ has a rich gold mining history, this is Cromwell, one of many old gold ruch towns.


A Tribute to the man who would eventually give his name to the internet!!!!


There is a hige difference between the mountains on the east side of the great divide and those on the west. Barren, dry and dusty hills here in Otago.


Sheep still play a big part in the economy of south island and there is in the order of 50 million sheep in NZ


Naseby, another old gold rush town with many of the original buildings still intact.


More sheep, more rolling hills and more empty roads en route to Dunedin.


Dunedin has a strong historic link with Scotland and the early Scottish immigrants wanted to build a New Edinborough. This is the station building.