I’m writing two articles this week for an inflight magazine and submitting  images from my database to accompany. One article is based around Queenstown on New Zealand‘s south island. The other is about the sleepy, river-side town of Kuching in Malaysian Borneo.

The places are so different I find myself flitting from mental images of snow capped peaks and the shadow lands of Fiordland to the hot and steamy tropical jungle of Borneo. What a juxtaposition! It’s a little hard to get my head around and I need to focus on just one at a time. As it’s been hot here in Brisbane the last few days I’ve decided to focus on the cool climate of Queenstown and deal with the images and text for that.

I’ve been going through my Queenstown images selecting which ones to submit. Here’s a few of interest. Feel free to let me know which you think are best! I’ll show a few of Kuching in the coming days.

Trekking through Saw Pit Gully, near Queenstown

Remarkables mountain range, Queenstown

AJ Hackett Bungy

Ski road, Remarkables

If you want to see more images of New Zealand go to this page on my website:  http://www.visitedplanet.com/page.php?f=database&b=/New%20Zealand

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