Millions of years ago, what is today New Zealand separated from the primeval continent of Gondwana. Since then, a flora and fauna independent of external ecosystems has been able to develop in New Zealand. Today, the country at the edge of the world delights with its wild coasts, endless expanses of land, huge primeval forests, glaciers and volcanoes and a mostly endemic flora.

Analogue photography in 6x17 panoramic format on colour slide film.

Limited edition