A sister volume to "Coastlines of New Zealand", this book by acclaimed photographer Warren Jacobs showcases the country's amazing contours from north to south.New Zealand is such a diverse country in terms of its terrain and landforms that no two areas are the same. Accordingly, the book is divided into regions, each of which is introduced by a map and a short essay written by travel writer Jill Worrall. The regions covered are Northland, Auckland/Coromandel/Bay of Plenty, Eastland/Wairarapa, Taranaki/Wanganui/Wellington, Nelson/Marlborough/Kaikoura, Canterbury/Otago, West Coast and Southland. An overall introductory essay addressing the unique nature of the country puts the book in context.
Publication date: 2008-09-01