Malaga’s roots trace back to ancient times, with a history that spans Phoenician, Roman, and Moorish influences.
Travel and Nature
Malaga boasts stunning natural landscapes.but has a feisty urban charm.
The eternally smiley faces of Kerala
The magical city of Granada, Spain.
Landscaping on the North Shore, Auckland.
The foiling event—one of many at Takapuna Boating Club.
A Saturday in May, and the day goes to the dogs.
It’s an explosion of noise—and petrol fumes that fill the air. That’s what Pro Kart Racing is all about.
Horses abound in Hokianga, the land of the giant kauri trees.
Mitimiti: A beach, far and forlorn off the coast of Hokianga
The olive harvest at Brick Bay, Snells Beach, New Zealand.
A day in the life of picking grapes at Brick Bay, a boutique vineyard near Snells beach.
It’s a smelly place, but the woodshed is where all the action is centred around.
The Wilderness Lodge at Arthur’s Pass: In and around the farm.
A morning walk down Mum’s Track.
Paddy’s always keen for a walk. On his days off, he’s likely to be tagging kea or doing a 10 hour trek.
It’s time to wean the lambs away from the ewes. And today’s that kind of day.
The Hawke’s Bay Club, once exclusively for men. Times change.
There’s a before and after every event. This is the Napier Charleston dressing room.
Piha is a seaside village, west of Auckland, on New Zealand’s North Island.
Waipu is still very much a gem, and undiscovered. Wai (for water) + pu (for reddish in colour) = reddish water.
Te Henga, or Bethells Beach, is a coastal community of the Auckland Region in the north of the North Island, New Zealand.
What would New Zealand be without millions of sheep? Yet New Zealand has fewer sheep than several other countries.
The Takapuna Boating Club was originally the Bayswater Boating Club. Now it is located at Takapuna Beach.