Lost in New Zealand
Lost in New Zealand by Craig Potton is an evocative and memorable collection of photography, a book that will endure for anyone who has been touched by New Zealand’s remarkable landscape.
The photographs are personal and subtle, images whose atmosphere and mood speak of the power of the natural world and point toward the experience that can be had when one is ‘lost’ in our wild places.
Though there are photographs from all over New Zealand, there is no attempt in this book to systematically cover all parts of the country. Rather, photographs have been selected for their ability to distill the beauty and diversity that is found here: ancient mountain beech trees hang over an alpine stream; the moon rises out of an inky blue sea; morning mist rises off the winter stillness of a South Westland lake; driftwood is strewn across the boulders of a beach in the Hauraki Gulf.
Hardback 134 pages 265mm x 225mm