Pictures selected from a day of hiking at Te Anu National Park in Fjordland New Zealand. Fjordland is a region in the Southeast area of New Zealand's Southern Island.
The rainfall here is three times the volume of that in the Amazon, up to thirty feet of rainfall per year. Needless to say, getting to experience a perfect, blue sky day is extraordinarily rare.
With most hikes in New Zealand, the first thing apparent is that this landscape is still largely untouched by humanity due to the low volume of people who come here. This is a real treat for anyone looking to experience the raw, natural beauty of the world.