Visitors 29
Modified 8-Jul-10
Created 8-Jul-10
33 photos

On the eastern coast of the North Island, Hawkes Bay is like a greenhouse. Known for its wine, strawberries, and other agriculture, the region is hot, hilly, and historic. I got a tan while working on a strawberry farm and later on a local vineyard, and a good dose of culture in Napier, a large coastal town and a living Art Deco museum.
Napier Clock TowerThe Daily TelegraphMasonic TheaterTown FountainNapier's version of Sunset Blvd.McElvie's OrchardsShed-KitchenPicking StrawberriesAnne & KathrinCape KidnappersThe Photographer's Bug FriendTe Mata PeakAnne and meSabine, Kathrin, and AnneOban StationEarly morningsThe VineyardPinot Noir GrapesOban TreesOban Pond