Author(s): Peter Morath
As New Zealand's largest region, it is perhaps not surprising that Canterbury should present a wide opportunity for photography generally and the scenic genre in particular. The scope is immense, from its pristine beaches to its verdant areas of native bush, from the country's highest mountains to some of the oldest and most beautiful heritage buildings. Sadly, many of these buildings fell victim to the 2010/11 earthquakes but many remain. Covered in this book are the small rural towns from North Canterbury down to South Canterbury's Waitaki River.