Michael Breitung Photography


New Zealand – Rotorua and Coromandel

1. January 2019 | Landscape Photography, Travel

In the last article about my travels around the world I showed you the incredible landscapes of Tongariro National Park. After my early morning hike to photograph Mount Ngauruhoe we continued our journey with a drive towards Rotorua. Rotorua Rotorua is very popular for the geothermal activity in the area. Geysers such as the Wai-O-Tapu[…]

New Zealand – Tongariro National Park

18. August 2018 | Landscape Photography, Travel

There are still some photos and stories to share from my travels around New Zealand’s North Island, back in 2016. In the last article I showed you the coastlines near the Bay of Islands and Whangarei. We spent a wonderful week up there and quite interestingly didn’t encounter too many other tourists. Northland hasn’t become[…]

New Zealand – Northland

28. January 2018 | Travel

New Zealand is a dream for travellers and landscape photographers. A little over a year ago I had the pleasure to visit this wonderful country for the second time already. During our travels around the world it was our next stop after leaving Australia. The last time we had been to New Zealand, we had[…]

Travelling New Zealand – Mount Cook

1. July 2016 | Travel

Finally it was time to visit New Zealand’s highest mountain, Mount Cook. On the long drive up to the national park I was hoping that it wouldn’t be shrouded in clouds as it was when I drove towards Lake Tekapo a week before. I was lucky. The clouds had lifted a bit and I could[…]

Travelling New Zealand – Catlins and Moeraki

8. June 2016 | Travel

After visiting Milford Sound the next stop during may way around New Zealand’s South Island were the Catlins. It was a long drive and the minute I reached the coast and could read the sign “Welcome to the Catlins” I found myself in a heavy rainstorm. Winds from the sea blew spray agains my campervan[…]

Travelling New Zealand – Milford Sound

25. March 2016 | Travel

If you think of New Zealand, many of you will certainly also think of Milford Sound. It has its place in every documentary I’ve watched about New Zealand and it also has a huge attraction to landscape photographers all over the world. I made the detour to Milford Sound when on my drive down from[…]

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