Last weekend I was on an AFS camp on the Kapiti Coast (New Zealand) north of Wellington and, naturally, I brought my camera along. With only carry-on for the flight (limiting my weight to 7kg), I brought my new lightweight 24mm lens for the weekend. Following the theme of several previous posts, I decided to take photos of some of the Kapiti Coast textures I found on my camp. These are a few of my favourite artistic photos from the weekend:
I went on the AFS Departure Camp last weekend in preparation for my year-long student exchange next year to Argentina. I loved meeting other departing students and learning about what to prepare for and what to expect on my exchange. Since I was on-site the entire time I have no photos of what the rest of the Kapiti Coast looks like. I can readily guess it is just as stunning as the rest of Wellington.
If you are headed to the Kapiti Coast, Wellington, or anywhere in New Zealand, don’t forget to pick up a copy of Lonely Planet’s New Zealand Travel Guide.
Would you go and see the Kapiti Coast if you were in Wellington? What do you think of a student exchange?
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