I’ve just bought the latest drone which, given I once raised a toy helicopter I bought for my son’s birthday, straight up and into the ceiling fan, is a worry.
Niue, a tiny island about three hours flight north of New Zealand, demands to be photographed differently to anywhere else I’ve shot in the South Pacific.
No stretches of white sandy beaches and swaying palm trees here. Instead, it’s coastline is a battlement of jagged, volcanic cliffs, rising sharply from the ocean. In a dwindling light, the island stands brooding, moody and defiant of the thunderous waves that crash against her walls.
From a tiny spec in the South Pacific (Niue Island), comes this quick pic (below) of one of its natural attractions – pristine Limu Rock pools, carved into the largest uplifted coral atoll in the world (….a big status for such a wee island you’d have to say) .
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