Castle Hill 

Castle Hill Basin is located in the Canterbury high country at an altitude of 700m approximately 90km northwest of Christchurch. It lies between the Torlesse and Craigieburn mountain ranges and is characterised by its distinctive limestone rock formations. These limestone rock formations are the water eroded remnants of limestone formed during the Oligocene age 30-40 million years ago when much of present day New Zealand was covered by the sea.

 Blue Hour

Blue Hour

 Highway

Highway

 our country

our country

 Lake Pearson

Lake Pearson

 pastures

pastures

 whispers

whispers

 wilderness

wilderness

 bee Hives

bee Hives

 journey

journey

Most of these canvas prints are sized 28x40 with slight variations in size to show the photograph as it should be seen.