09 January 2016

The No. 1 Line track

This is where the No. 1 Line track ends. Well, this is where DOC's maintenance of the track ends; the old track continues right through to Kiritaki hut on the other side of the Ruahine Range, but that's negotiable thanks to the efforts of volunteers from the local tramping club.

This is a panorama stitched from three photographs. I originally stitched six together, but realised it was pointless when viewed on a computer monitor. A print running most of the length of a room would be a different story.

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4 comments:

Ruahines said...

Kia oral Pete...looks like gaiter country ahead!
Robb

pohanginapete said...

Kia ora Robb. Most of that's bush rice grass, so it's not as bad as it looks!

Lisa Emerson said...

I love the way the plants and the path all point to that little patch of sky, drawing your eye and beckoning you on....

pohanginapete said...

Lisa, these kinds of paths always beckon me. I'm always possessed by the urge to see what's around the next bend.