New Zealand may be famous for its silver ferns, but we found gold ones.
On our way to hang with twelve dancing princesses in the Hunua Ranges. ;)
Ok, I'm going to get artsy on your for a minute: I love the painterly way the fronds overlap and crash into each other and the kind of pulsating, outward movement in it. Always love a pretty tree.
This photo also courtesy of the Hunua Ranges and Josh Salim.
Walking through Cornwall Park, we discover that sheep have way more in common with ants than we ever would have guessed.
We also found the center of the venn diagram where public park meets farmland. We haven't had this kind of agrarian awesomeness in the U.S. for a while. I'm glad New Zealand is keeping the tradition alive.
We're saying goodbye to Auckland in pictures!
Checking out some Breaking-Bad-meets-Friday-the-13th-esque graffiti at the North Head.
I like their motto: spray and walk away.
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