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To bee in a sunflower

A short video of two different species of bees busy in a sunflower....

June 1, 2020

Win an A2 Canvas Print

So folks, here we are. The very last Online Jigsaw Puzzle before life goes back to the ‘new normal’ in New Zealand. So to make it a bit special, I thought it would be cool if I gave away an A2 canvas print of the image of this jigsaw puzzle. So here are a few ground rules:1. The person who completes the puzzle the quickest is the winner.2. To create a level playing field, all qualifying jigsaw puzzle entries must be played at 208 pieces.3. Once the jigsaw puzzle has been completed, a screens...

May 16, 2020

Laybuy - Pay it. Easy.

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May 7, 2020

Jigsaw Puzzles

Try your hand at our range of Online Jigsaw Puzzles.**TIP: If you are finding the puzzles hard at the existing difficulty level, you can always make them a bit simpler. Just click the link and then look for the 'Play As' drop-down menu on the top right-hand corner of the screen to reduce the difficulty level of the puzzle.**Enjoy!!!...

April 6, 2020

The Call of the Kōkako

The mesmerisingly haunting call of the kōkako cuts through the song of the native bush and talks directly to your inner soul. Enjoy!!!...

March 18, 2020

Flung Scarf of Wrybill 01

Watching a few thousand Wrybill flying in formation can be quite a mesmerising experience. It is as if nature flings a scarf up into the sky and as that scarf floats around it disintegrates into fairy dust and then joins back up to form the scarf again. Be mesmerised in full HD......

March 13, 2020

Monarch Butterfly - The Lifecycle

Over the summer, I undertook the project of documenting the entire lifecycle of the Monarch Butterfly (both through still images and video). Though the process of capturing every single stage of the lifecycle proved painstakingly time consuming and challenging at times, seeing the final product come together is quite rewarding. It truly is a labour of love condensed into 5 minutes 🙂 Enjoy in full HD!!! ...

February 27, 2020

Pounamu Karearea

Have just completed a very exciting collaboration with A Carved Piece to create an exquisitely designed and meticulously carved New Zealand falcon (Kārearea) in Pounamu (New Zealand Jade). Inspired by one of my pictures, this specially commissioned piece has been carved from a single block of stone. Was fascinating to watch and be part of Aaron Brown’s (Owner and Sculptor at A Carved Piece) creative process and literally see the bird take shape. If anyone is in the market for a...

February 22, 2020

The Matrix of Trout Flies

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September 28, 2019

Tui in silhouette

Sit back, relax and enjoy a Tui in silhouette and in full song....

August 16, 2019

The Food Transfer

From the time mum is on the eggs to the time when the juveniles fledge and are capable of hunting for themselves, it is dad’s job to hunt for the entire family. When dad returns to the nest site with food, he can pass the food on to mum or the juveniles in one of two ways: an aerial foodpass (done in mid-air) or a food transfer (done on the ground or on a branch).This series of images shows a food transfer between mum and dad on a branch....

June 14, 2019

Mating New Zealand Falcon (Kārearea)

Back in 2015, I had the opportunity to witness and photograph a pair of Eastern New Zealand falcons (found in the South Island of New Zealand)(Kārearea) mating at Wingspan. This pair (Male – ‘Wink’ and Female – ‘Ali’) was one of Wingspan’s breeding pairs.Observing and studying this behaviour in captivity was invaluable to me as a wildlife photographer as it gave me an in-depth understanding of what to listen out for and look out for when trying to spot this behaviour out in t...

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