Out of print with publisher May 2010. Stewart Island, or Rakiura, is one of New Zealand's special places - an island whose remote atmosphere and character is cherished by many people worldwide. In 2002 most of the Island was gazetted as New Zealand's fourteenth national park and Rakiura - The Wilderness of Stewart Island cele... read more
New Zealand : Spirit of the Land is an exceptional collection of panoramic images illustrating the diversity of New Zealand's landscape. The book explores the feel or spirit of the land's deep blue lakes, lush rain forests, towering mountain ranges, green farmland and golden coastline. With her sublime photos, Judith Holtebri... read more
|Author:||Bruce & Trixie Harvey|
The western edge of the city of Auckland is flanked by the forested Waitakere Ranges, with suburbs running into the park's foothills. In 30 minutes from the centre of the city one can be in the tranquility of wilderness. The primal forest had enormous kauti, a tangle of sub-trolical trees, smaller plants, invertebrates and bi... read more
In the spirit of the best-selling Millennium Moments and On This Day comes a book of photography commemorating the most newsworthy events in New ZealandÃÂ¢ÃÂÃÂs recent history. Through the Lens remembers key events and people as captured by award-winning news photographer John ... read more
|Awards:||Shortlisted for Montana New Zealand Book of the Year Award Leisure and Lifestyle Category 1998.|
This guide describes nine of New Zealand's classic back-country walking tracks, including: Stewart Island's North-West circuit; the Kepler, Milford, Routeburn, Heapy and Abel Tasman tracks; and circuits of Mount Taranaki, Ruapehu and Lake Waikaremoana.
John McDermott works in the tradition of social documentary photography. He is perhaps best known for his photographs of New Zealanders going about their lives, at home and at work. This book brings together published and unpublished material by the photographer. Longlisted, Montana New Zealand Book Awards, 2003 (Non-Ficti... read more
Firstpic is a group of professional and amateur photographers, who regularly travel the length and breadth of the country, capturing unique images of the real New Zealand and the people who live there. The images in this book are a snapshot of New Zealand life.
There are few more photogenic locations in New Zealand than Auckland and its surrounding harbours, forests and spectacular volcanic cones. Auckland and Beyond is a brilliant pictorial depiction of Greater Auckland, capturing the city
A pictorial parade of New Zealand since European settlement, showing the vast changes; the unbelievable growth of some towns and the demise of others. Over 850 photographs tell the story of the early pioneer spirit that gave the country the solid base which generations have built on to make it a country that is today admired ... read more
A pictorial journey through the landscapes, both physical and cultural, which make up the author's perception of his native land. In all his books to date, Ian Brodie's wonderful photographs have garnered high praise. We have therefore decided to bring the man, his camera and his love for his native country together in a ... read more
Provides a glimpse of life onboard a superbly outfitted and equipped superyacht, and of the places and people encountered during a two-year circumnavigation of the globe.
There are only a few places in the Pacific ? not to say in the world ? where you can don your pack and tramping boots and get really, thrillingly up close and personal with an active volcano, and New Zealand?s North Island is one of them. Glenys Robertson?s guide book tells you all you need to know about getting out and about... read more
It is now nearly 20 years since Warren Jacobs, one of the nation's most widely published scenic photographers, published New Zealand Panorama, a collection of images that in just 32 pages neatly encapsulates the country's landscape and natural history, its people and their vibrant culture. The original Panorama has been retir... read more
If to celebrate is to rejoice, then New Zealanders as well as visitors to this country have a great deal to celebrate. The celebration in this book is a visual one, a depiction in full-colour photographs -many of them double-page spreads -of the extraordinarily diverse and strikingly beautiful landscapes found within the isla... read more
The Dry Valleys of Antarctica are one of the last truly remote places left on earth. With no cover of ice or snow and no rainfall, these dry valleys are 'islands' in the midst of the frozen ice of the Antarctic continent, a wonderfully strange environment of ice-covered lakes that hold some of the planet's purest water, huge ... read more
There is no other photographer in this country who has so convincingly captured the huge sweeping grandeur of the New Zealand landscape than Andris Apse. Over the last 30 years he has created an extraordinary body of work, whose scale, use of light and powerful mood has created a truly unique portrait of New Zealand. In Light... read more
Tucked away in the South Pacific, Aotearoa New Zealand, with its 11,000 kilometres of stunningly beautiful coastline Is treasured by New Zealanders and visitors alike for the uncrowded, relatively undeveloped and almost pristine nature of its beaches, headllands and foreshore ecosystems. New Zealand's coastline has a lot on o... read more
Among the many people who accompany Rob Brown on his frequent trips into the backcountry, the considerable weight and size of his pack is always noted. His pack is so heavy, for on top of the necessary tramping gear and food, he always carries his large-format camera, and the requisite lenses and film. This has been a very f... read more
|Author:||Craig Levers & Brent Courtney|
The most ambitious surf book to come out of New Zealand. The lavish 208-page hard cover book pools the best photographs from NZ’s leading surf photographers; essentially this is the book of the best New Zealand surf and wave photos. And that really is the concept of The South Seas; a beautifully presented collection of ... read more
This new pictorial is a collection of approximately 80 of the top scenic attractions of New Zealand, from Fiordland National Park north, staying away from the cities and towns and focusing on the natural wonders that are at the top of any visitor's itinerary, including Aoraki/Mt Cook, Arthur's Pass, Punakaiki, the Marlborough... read more