New Zealand is well known for being a lush, green country, with plenty of interesting endemic flora and gorgeous forests. I’ve been on a few photo shoots over the last several weeks (mainly to Shakespear Park) and I’ve been trying to take photos of some of the undergrowth I’ve found. My favourites are below:
Shakespear Park is one of the many regional parks in New Zealand, and yes, it is spelt correctly; it’s named after the Shakespear family, who donated the land.
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