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Coromandel Peninsula$5,500.00 – $16,000.00BUY NOW
Secluded beaches and remote, rocky coves make up the northern tip of the Coromandel Peninsula. First light reveals a spectacular coastline and the endless adventures to be had here.
Lindis Pass 02$5,500.00 – $16,000.00BUY NOW
While many artists capture the Lindis' rolling hills and endless layers of mountains, Stephan turns his lens to the closer details. Tussock grass personifies the Lindis Pass, and here it feels as if you are about to take a step through the tussock yourself.
Lindis Pass 03$7,500.00 – $18,000.00BUY NOW
An endless landscape of tussock grass and rolling hills, Lindis Pass is one of New Zealand’s most unique places. Stephan captures a moment of stillness on the valley floor, where you can almost hear the crunch of your shoes walking over fresh patches of snow.
Maniototo$5,500.00 – $16,000.00BUY NOW
An old fishing hut near Falls Dam takes pride of place amongst the vast Maniototo Plain in Central Otago. The Maniototo is a vast and alluring landscape. From a carpet of golden tussocks to the clear, blue skies of the high country, Stephan captures the area’s range of vivid colours and contrasts.
Mt Alfred 01$5,500.00 – $16,000.00BUY NOW
A perspective of the iconic Glenorchy peak, Mt Alfred, very few get to see. Standing like a giant pyramid, Mt Alfred is positioned perfectly between the snaking, braided Dart and Rees rivers. The spectacular Dart River leads to Mt Aspiring National Park.
Ōmakō$7,500.00 – $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.
Poolburn 04$5,500.00 – $16,000.00BUY NOW
The tussock and tors of the Poolburn plateau. In the top left, Poolburn Dam appears in this vast and sparsely populated location in the Ida Valley. With very few people here, there are many opportunities to capture immense landscapes without any sight of people or buildings.