Devil’s Staircase, Queenstown, New Zealand
one of our favorite get-a-ways is Queenstown, New Zealand. it is known as the adventure capital of the world. bunging jumping originated there.
the drive into Queenstown has a beautiful view of the lake as you zig and zag around the devil’s staircase.
my husband likes to pretend he is a race car driver as he manoeuvres the winding road. he once had a police escort waiting for him at the finish…(rolling my eyes).
should you ever get the chance to visit Queenstown, i can recommend a great accommodation with lake views. contact Highview Apartments and tell them Dee sent you (no, this is not a sponsored post…i just love staying there)!
my submissions to the Weekly Photo Challenge: Zigzag. to view my other submissions click here and here.
beautiful peacock feathers
my submission for the Weekly Photo Challenge:Zigzag. to view my other submissions click here and here.
Orepuki, New Zealand
the force of the winds on the coast at Orepuki, New Zealand cause the trees to bend. the force is great but the trees do not break under it.
when faced with difficulties, we presume that it’s a positive to be hard, but i believe it’s much more important to be unbreakable.
i would argue that being able to bend or flex under pressure without breaking is a more important attribute than hardness. [a person] who bends without breaking and bounces back up will prevail over the hard [person] – someone who is resistant to bending under pressure but will break with enough force.
my submission for this week in the the wordpress weekly photo challenge. i hope you enjoy.
to view my other submissions click here and here.