Now I See It

Guess what country this is?

Well, it’s New Zealand.

I find it crazy how it’s taken me a move overseas to love my own country more. I guess when you take a step back, and you get smaller glimpses of a country, you begin to see it differently. When I lived there, I never really saw it for what it was, what everyone always said, about it being so green, so beautiful.

But now I see it. Through others photo’s and stories. Half the reason I can’t wait to get back there is so I can do a bit of exploring and go on crazy photo missions, something I’ve become oh so fond of since moving to Sydney. Grabbing the camera, jumping in the car, and seeing where the road takes you.

These photos are from Winter 2010, taken by the amazing Tom Blachford. We may be coming up to summer down here in Australia/New Zealand, but with the Northern Hemisphere approaching winter, I must admit I’m a tiny bit jealous of the snow you guys are getting, so this post is for you! These photos defiantly make me want to get down to the South Island for winter in NZ next year too.

Check out more of Tom’s NZ photos here on his Facebook page.


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Hey! I'm Sian, and I’m a free-spirited creative wizard. I have a passion for working with people who are on a mission to live their dream lives, and are electrified by the unknown beauty that the future holds. Twelve by One is my place to share awesome finds + write about this amazing world we're living in. Read more here!


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