The New Zealand rainforests are home to a wide range of unique plants and birds.
About 10–15% of the total land area of Aotearoa is covered with native flora, from tall kauri and kohekohe forests to rainforest dominated by rimu, beech, tawa, matai and rata; ferns and flax; dunelands with their spinifex and pingao; alpine and subalpine herb fields; and scrub and tussock.
Photos by Marc Adamus
Every year from mid-November to December vast areas along riverbeds of Mackenzie Country at the South Island burst with colour and fragrance. Thousands of lupins cover the landscape with purple, pink, yellow and blue.
Enjoy this beautiful video!
Number 5 is a great restaurant with quality food and a warm atmosphere.
It’s a small red building at city road which opens up to a relatively big space once entered. The food is beautifully prepared and delicious. Excellent wine list. The staff is attentive and very pleasant. The setting is very romantic and classy.
It would be a great place to bring someone you love or love to impress.
Tiritiri Matangi Island is a wildlife sanctuary located 30km north east of central Auckland accessible by ferry.
The island boasts an impressive array of native birds from Kiwi to Kokako as well as breathtaking scenery. You can choose to take a guided tour or guide your self around the island. Highlights you must check out are Fishermans Bay and the Arches on the eastern side of the island as well as Hobbs Beach (a nice place to swim).
Travelling from Auckland or Whangaparaoa to Tiritiri Matangi, the typical ‘whitish’ cliffs of the Auckland area shine out in the sun. These are the familiar ‘Waitemata Group’ rocks. They are made up of mainly alternating layers of sandstone and mudstone, interspersed irregularly with thick beds of volcanic debris flows.
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Dear Jervois is good example of good cafe in Auckland. The menu is varied & has some unique options to choose from. The food is very fresh and flavourful. The presentation is fantastic.
Would recommended and come back here again!
Very epic and simply amazing New Zealand!
Spend 2 minutes watching this beautiful impressive video by Chris Benny.
About 1–15% of the total land area of New Zealand is covered with native flora, from tall kauri and kohekohe forests to rainforest dominated by rimu, beech, tawa, matai and rata; ferns and flax; dunelands with their spinifex and pingao; alpine and subalpine herb fields; and scrub and tussock.
We’ve been hearing about the benefits of integrating video into your marketing mix for a while now. However, unfortunately only a small percentage of companies, especially small businesses, are taking advantage of this powerful marketing tool. Most people psych themselves out on the difficulties of creating video content. But it’s easier than it appears.
With the 5 tips below you can focus on the important factors that will get your video production headed in the right direction.
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Video marketing is quickly becoming one of the hottest ways of showcasing and promoting your online business!
According to some recent studies, 57% of people have watched online videos at some point in their lives, and 19% watch them every day. Those figures appear to be growing steadily as internet usage and social networking grows more and more popular.
Here are some benefits of Video Marketing:
• You can showcase your product or service in a unique way that will both entertain your viewers and offer them valuable information.
• Videos get a lot of views and a better response rate than articles and blogs. People are more willing to sit through a two-minute video than read a long blog entry.
• You can better illustrate the concepts you’re trying to convey. Some topics are just plain hard to describe and lay out in print form, but video allows you to show rather than tell. This is especially true when it comes to technical “how-tos”: videos can be much easier to follow.
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