Colours of South Island

There is something magical about South Island of New Zealand.. the smell, brightness of the sun, food… and more importantly an overall colour palette of the surroundings. To me, it looks magical – cool blues, grey with a hint of lavender. Love it 🙂

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5 thoughts on “Colours of South Island

  1. I love the insanely blue lakes in MacKenzie country. I posted some of my photos a couple years ago and people from overseas thought I’d tweaked them in Photoshop. Nope the water is really that blue. I currently have a photo I took of Lake Pukaki as my computer desktop pic. It doesn’t look like a real photo.

    1. I know, right? MacKenzie country and just the whole of Otago are my absolute favourite parts of New Zealand. I loooove Lake Pukaki and even more Lake Tekapo ❤ It's not like there is that much to do (if I'm being honest), but the beauty of that place is just something. And now you've mentioned it I feel like changing my desktop to one of the pictures of Lake Tekapo :))

      1. My husband and I stayed at Lake Tekapo. We bought a bottle of Courvoisier, sat on our motel deck and drank it while admiring the view. While there might not be much else to do, I can think of worse ways to spend an afternoon.

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