Yeah, I love Australia.
But New Zealand was pretty awesome too.
I have grandparents over there! And there are no snakes! What more could you ask for?
By the way, the mysterious and disturbing photo was taken in the Auckland Art Gallery. I guess you could say I'm standing in the middle of a piece of art. My Grandad is in that shot too, except I've only captured his reflections - the first of about 50 billion that is.
It was a trippy piece of art!
I took 991 photos and right now I'm deciding which ones will go in the album.
Here are a few which won't be getting printed or immortalised in my photo album.
A photo of New Zealand's first ever McDonalds (and just to make the picture even cooler, there's my Grandad's ear on the right).
Here is an excellent action shot of an ant bungee jumping off Sky Tower right in the middle of Auckland. I considered trying it myself ... for all of three seconds (and then I found better things to do, like walking through the art gallery and watching paint peel).
Here is a photo of part of my favourite painting in the gallery - I like to call it 'The Expression On His Face Is A Masterpiece".
Here is another photo which won't be in the album. No matter how many ways there are to look at this shot, I will always think that my foot is coming out of my head. It was a pretty amazing lake though.
And then there is the Ambitious Shot in which I try to stand in the same place Peter, Edmond, Susan and Lucy stood when the train station disappeared and Narnia was suddenly there (Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian).
I promise, that mysterious shadow is me.
No matter how many photos I cram into the album, I won't be able to capture everything New Zealand showed me... the awe I felt when I stood in front of God's own natural masterpieces, the fun of exploring new cities, the joy of being spoilt by grandparents you've missed, and then that feeling you get when you walk back into your old bedroom with a new sense of how blessed you really are.