Through the Lens: New Zealand
New Zealand: a country Australia spends half its time insulting and the other half trying to appropriate its famous exports, e.g. pavlova, Lorde and Phar Lap, just to name a few. But the land of the long white cloud isn’t just home to Hobbiton, Fergburger and the a large population of sheep. It’s also got what many consider to be the most breathtaking diversity of landscapes on the planet. Hobo photographer Nichole Davis, who now spends her days chugging sangria in Barcelona, has been feeling kind of homesick lately, and this is why.
Previously on Through the Lens: Zarautz