Flying over the Lindis Pass
This is the place most people cross the Southern Alps when getting from one side of the South Island of New Zealand to the other. It's fairly mountainous, but not as rocky and impenetrable as the rest. But in this strange transition zone, all the landscape scenes are just strange and different. I think it is because of the strange weather and erosion patterns… never seen a situation quite like this anywhere else in the world.
- Trey Ratcliff
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