Wednesday, January 2, 2013

New Plymouth -- Chayan

A sleepy district in the North Island of New Zealand, New Plymouth is an eclectic mix of diverse cultures, contemporary style and a traditional friendliness that has fashioned New Zealand since old times. With the waves of Tasman Sea kissing the black-sand beaches on one side and the snow-capped peaks of Mt.Taranaki (Mt.Egmont) standing tall at the other, New Plymouth offers scenic beauty that leaves you spellbound. The coastal walkway is an 11km path that forms an expansive sea-edge promenade stretching almost the entire length of New Plymouth. For a little bit of peace and solitude, Pukekura Park in central New Plymouth is a stunning example of an urban space developed over decades into a national icon. Add that to the numerous river walkways that exhibit a variety of native and exotic flora and a myriad of other ‘tucked away’ spots for a period of quiet contemplation. In fact, the district boasts 16 parks and reserves, with 13 official beaches, 60km of walkways and includes many unique tourist attractions that make the place ‘like no other’. So, if you want to be awake every morning and live a dream, New Plymouth is the place to be.

About the photographer:
Chayan is an Engineer by profession and working for Transfield Worley NZ , New Plymouth, New Zealand. He believes in creative freedom and photography is purely his labour of love. His works are inspired by the nature, the people & the events around him. More results of his photographic adventure can be accessed at his flickr profile:

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