Arthur's Pass Alpine Motel
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... into a deep and well-earned sleep. Dinner, some photo editing, and watching 'The Hobbit - An Unexpected Journey' await.
Oh, and for those interested. Most of my Landscapes are taken with a Canon 5d Mark III (you don't get to see those yet), but all the photos on this blog have been taken with a Fujifilm X100T. This little guy is an absolute beast, it does all the heavy lifting, and looks amazing at the same time! Thanks John and Aaron for getting me interested in this little gem!
... appeared out of nowhere and got a nasty bruise and cut on his knee. I think we were quite happy despite the wounds! Whenever we make this go pro video, it will be AWESOME. It was so much fun to go free style creeking and canyoning. Now, after the fact, I did think about the "what ifs" but we are alive and had a blast! The falls made our day and definitely wore us out! After Halpins Falls, everything seemed so different. Not really! We drove to the village and went to ...
... up. Didn't realize it until we were already in the car. Ryan and I raced all the way back to the spot but it was gone. I'm hoping whomever picked it up will be nice enough to give me a call. Quick refreshment, boys passed out in the back we make the four hour drive to Queenstown. We stopped in a tiny town to eat at the only establishment for 30 miles. Hard Antler appears to be a really hip place for locals and we are standing out like a sore thumb. But the food was ...
... the land feels different here, and it’s a stunning location. Our first day in the pass we put on our running shoes and cruised the gentle trail that rises from the village to Arthur’s Pass proper. Throw in a couple side trips and it turned into a perfect way to spend a sunny morning! In the afternoon we visited the Devil’s Punchbowl Falls, a short, busy walk to a wonderful waterfall, wispy in the wind.
The next day ...
... to a very rocky summit. We had a fantastic view of Mt Rolleston and the Crow glacier, the latter of which even provided us with a small avalanche! Thank goodness we were separated by a valley! We saw more cheeky mountain parrots here, they weren't as cocky as the ones found in more touristy areas though. We were followed around by some friendly NZ robins as well, they came so close that at one point they were pecking at our ...