Lake Rotoiti

Lake Rotoiti


The majestically beautiful Lake Rotoiti jetty.

Our day trip to Lake Rotoiti from Nelson, was a rather dismal day as far as the weather is concerned, but it was a great day for exploring the New Zealand countryside. The largely unspoilt landscapes of New Zealand are as diverse as they are beautiful. It is an amazing country to explore and it is definitely on our list for future visits.

Lake Rotoiti is a mountain lake within the Nelson Lakes National Park and is surrounded by Beech forest. When we arrived at the St Arnaud end of Lake Rotoiti, it was lightly raining and so we didn’t spend a whole lot of time out of the car. The girls ran around for awhile until they decided it was getting a little too chilly, and I set up my gear for a few long exposure shots of the lake.

The jetty in these images is the only man-made structure in the lake (or at least as far as we could see), so it is easy to see why this is such a common shot of the lake. The jetty virtually begs to be the centre of attention as it points towards the undulating mountains and the Travers River that feeds the lake.

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Fine Art Print (supplied ready for framing), Canvas Print (supplied ready to hang), Boxed Canvas – BLACK FRAME (supplied ready to hang), Boxed Canvas – WHITE FRAME (supplied ready to hang), Boxed Canvas – OAK FRAME (supplied ready to hang), Chromaluxe Metal Print (supplied ready to hang)

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16×16 (41x41cm), 20×20 (51x51cm), 24×24 (61x61cm), 30×30 (76x76cm), 40×40 (102x102cm)


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