Longbush Trees - Julian Ward

Julian Ward - Photographs

Wellington, New Zealand



Longbush Trees by Julian Ward.  Longbush (the narrow gap between road and bush or farmland) is an upper road near the old bush line in the Wairarapa, New Zealand.  These rugged old trees follow the road and rivers and become very beautiful after days of rain (when the bark gets soaked black) and soft wet light.  It's perilous gumboot country once off the road with mudbanks and swamps. It's also a place where some locals dump rubbish and dead animals - not at all pleasant.  I've just discovered this place and it will be an on-going project.  Only in bad weather - the sun is my enemy. 

Longbush Trees

  • Longbush Trees   09/2016

    Longbush Trees 09/2016

  • Longbush Trees   09/2016

    Longbush Trees 09/2016

  • Longbush Trees    08/2016

    Longbush Trees 08/2016

  • Longbush Trees   08/2016

    Longbush Trees 08/2016

  • Longbush Trees   08/2016

    Longbush Trees 08/2016

  • Longbush Trees   09/2016

    Longbush Trees 09/2016

  • Longbush Trees   08/2016

    Longbush Trees 08/2016

  • Longbush Trees   08/2016

    Longbush Trees 08/2016

  • Longbush Trees   08/2016

    Longbush Trees 08/2016

  • Longbush Trees    08/2016

    Longbush Trees 08/2016

  • Longbush Trees   09/2016

    Longbush Trees 09/2016

  • Longbush Trees   08/2016

    Longbush Trees 08/2016

  • Longbush Trees   09/2016

    Longbush Trees 09/2016

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