Pictures from New Zealand
This book takes an appealing, informal look at New Zealand through the lens of German photographer Karl Johaentges. It reveals New Zealand's multi-cultural heritage and the warmth and spirit for which its inhabitants are known, as well as the beauty of its landscapes.
Karl Johaentges's candid and strikingly orginal photographs cover the length and breadth of New Zealand, from Cape Reinga to Bluff, and from Fiordland to East Cape.
Opening the book is an introductory essay by Annie Wheeler, which gives a broad overview of the history of Aotearoa, from its origins on the super-continent of Gondwana to the new sense of place it is finding in the Pacific.
This book is in a handy pocket format.