The country's longest-standing scenic book, A Portrait of New Zealand depicts the landscapes of the North and South Islands in over 200 glorious photographs. The book was first published in 1982 in two separate volumes, with the combined edition published in ... read more
To most New Zealanders, wherever they live between Auckland and Bluff, the Mackenzie Country remains one of those heartland places that contributes much to our sense of self, with its vast expanses of tussock and sheep, glacial lakes, huge skies... read more
Photographer and writer Rob Brown has been tramping in some of the most remote and inaccessible areas of New Zealand for over two decades. An essential addition to his pack on these trips is his full range of camera gear, which has en... read more
New Zealanders as a collective share a deep connection with the outdoors. Our rivers, forests, and mountains are part of our national identity but our caves are less well-known and often misunderstood. Though nearly every corner of the country has been ... read more
This is a newly-introduced mini version of the revised Andris Apse New Zealand Landscapes - a pictorial photography book which has been revised and refreshed since its first publication in 1994. The book has been produced as a quality New Zealand pictorial memento.
New Zealand Pictorial
Shorebirds of New Zealand is a beautiful, informative and lyrical account of the many shorebirds found here – those living and breeding in the same area year after year, those that migrate within New Zealand, and those whose migrations ... read more
Showing the scenic beauty of Canterbury from north to South including Christchurch city and Timaru.
New Zealand born landscape photographer Peter Latham presents this epic collection of his most popular gallery fine-art prints, together with numerous new images of the New Zealand landscape, never released before. Attaining success for his photography in art gal... read more
This guide book to the Otago Rail Trail will take your breath away. Stunning scenery, interesting and important historical information, a book of memories for those who live in the area or who have travelled the trail, and invaluable current information for those planning or thinking about cycling, walking or riding the Otago Rail Trail
Every single photo coloured by hand? Using cotton wool? Yes, such was the era of hand-coloured photography - a painting and photograph in one - the way you got a high-quality colour photo before colour photography became mainstream. Some of New Zealand's best ha... read more