Monthly Photo Contest
Opposite page left: “Wandering the solitude of the Far North’s Te Paki Sand Dunes on a perfect winters day.” Photo by Don Hammond, Cable Bay, Northland. Opposite page right: This photo was taken of my Dad, Peter Whitehead, walking through Cooks Cove. Every time I am home my Dad and I go for a walk together as it is a passion we share that nobody else in the family shares. It’s a great way to spend time together and catch up. Cooks Cove Walkway is located in Tolaga Bay, which is on the East Coast of the North Island. The walk is 5.8kms return and is a great day trip if you are ever in Gisborne. Photo by Gemma Whitehead, Mount Eden, Auckland. Left above: The Upper Hutt Walking and Tramping Club enjoying the autumn weather with a walk to the Mangatoetoe Hut in the Aorangi Forest Park, South Wairarapa. One of our members, Sharon Dunstan making her way up from the river to the hut. Photo by Judith O’Leary, Clousten Park, Upper Hutt. Middle left: We climbed the 1349 steps at Ngaruawahia to the ridge of Hakarimata Range. Then headed north stopping for a view of mighty Waikato River. Photo by Sue Eccles, Te Aroha. Below left: My partner and I were in the Kaweka Ranges for New Year. It was a great time in a lovely area. I thoroughly enjoy your magazine- keep up the good work. Photo by Shona Godfrey, Pahiatua.