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Graham Saddle$5,800.00 – $18,000.00BUY NOW
Close to New Zealand's most famous peak, Aoraki/Mt Cook, Graham Saddle connects the vast Chamberlin Snowfield with The Minarets. Seemingly endless layers of saddles and peaks are the hallmark of the Southern Alps, and it is only when seen from the air can we get a sense of just how vast it is.
Lake Matheson$5,800.00 – $18,000.00BUY NOW
One of New Zealand's most picturesque settings is Lake Matheson, famous for the perfect reflections which appear on the lake – but only on a calm day. Here, Stephan's patience is rewarded and he captures a perfectly synchronised moment. The Southern Alps appear in the distance – once in real life and once as a reflection — and the viewer may question which one is which.
Irishman Creek Roadmans Hut$5,800.00 – $18,000.00BUY NOW
The iconic Irishman Creek Roadman's Hut lies nestled within the vast landscape of Lake Tekapo and the Mackenzie Basin on New Zealand's South Island. Evoking a sense of nostalgia and adventure, the hut stands as a reminder of bygone days, yet still welcomes travellers into its cosy setting. Stephan captures a quiet moment as the sun sets over this iconic Mackenzie Basin scene.
Hooker Lake$5,800.00 – $18,000.00BUY NOW
Glacial debris from Hooker Glacier litters Hooker Lake in Aoraki/Mt Cook National Park. Here, the retreating Hooker Glacier has carved a fascinating landscape of rock, ice, and turquoise water—and the occasional alpine speargrass plant.
Devils Punchbowl Falls$4,500.00 – $12,000.00BUY NOW
The sharp outline of a native beech tree is contrasted against the mist of Devil’s Punchbowl Falls in the background. Cascading down 131 metres, Devil’s Punchbowl is one of the most impressive waterfalls in Arthur’s Pass district.
Mc Lean Falls$5,800.00 – $18,000.00BUY NOW
A long exposure turns the rushing waters of McLean Falls into a hazy spectre. In contrast, the vibrancy of the green moss is captured in sharp focus. From an expedition through the Catlins, Stephan captures this powerful yet somehow peaceful setting.
Routeburn 02$5,800.00 – $18,000.00BUY NOW
Deep within Mt Aspiring National Park, a scene of rich greens and lush growth is uncovered. The depth and vibrancy of the landscapes along the Routeburn Track is captured here in this location near Glenorchy. A shot of sunlight penetrates through the forest to illuminate the varying hues of green.
Ōmakō$5,800.00 – $18,000.00BUY NOW
The Ailsa Mountains sit within Fiordland National Park nestled between the Humboldts and the Earl Mountains, not far from the famed Greenstone and Caples Tracks. While the area is a haven for hikers and mountaineers, there are only a lucky few who will cast their eyes upon the peaks of Ailsa from this vantage point.
Koropuku Falls$5,800.00 – $18,000.00BUY NOW
Hidden away in the Catlins, along the southern coast of the South Island, Koropuku Falls is a spectacular sight hidden deep in the bush. Stephan took a 40-minute hike off the beaten track to capture this beautiful waterfall and its perfect curtain of water.
Kuramea$5,800.00 – $18,000.00BUY NOW
A silent sunrise over the waters of Kuramea in the Catlins. Kuramea is fed by the Catlins River, and in this area abundant with wildlife, it is no surprise to see a handful of wetlands birds perched on the remnants of an old jetty.
Sam Summers Hut$5,800.00 – $18,000.00BUY NOW
Sam Summers Hut has stood on this location for nearly 100 years, bearing witness to the Wakatipu’s heady gold rush days. Here, Stephan captures this historic hut sitting serenely within the landscape along the Mt Crichton Loop Track.
Marian Creek Falls$5,800.00 – $18,000.00BUY NOW
Along the picturesque Lake Marian Track in Fiordland, Stephan veers off-track to capture a panorama of Marian Creek Falls. As the crystal-clear water tumbles its way from Lake Marian to the Hollyford River, Stephan uses a six-stage setup and long exposure to steal a frozen moment of the fast-flowing water.