Way down south.
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|Stewart Island is the third largest island of New Zealand.It lies 30Km south of the south island across the Foveaux Strait.|
There are many species of birds on this islandbecause of its isolation and protection from predators. This includes wekas,kakas,albatross,penguins,kiwis,silvereye,fantails and kererus
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- [2010-01-20 7:01]
Another lovely island!
Congratulation and great day for you!
very beautiful view, the whole image is well composed with water, rocks, trees and blue sky and all, taken with great sharpness
very well done and have a good night