I’m Peter Laurenson – an occasional climber, traveller, still photographer, writer. My adventures around New Zealand and beyond, spanning over 30 years, come together on www.occasionalclimber.co.nz. Based in Wellington, I’m Dad to three boys and partner to one Actuary. I’m Editor of and sometimes contributor to Federated Mountain Club’s Backcountry. I also write for Wilderness Magazine and, occasionally, other publications.
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Viewed from the summit of Tiraha Peak (1,668m) in the northern Ruahines, Sawtooth Ridge is not enough to hold back the early morning cumulus as it surges across from the west. Mount Ruapehu, at 2,797m New Zealand’s highest north island mountain, hovers on the distant skyline / Nikon P7800, a stitch of 3 landscape shots, F8, 1/200, ISO 100, 28mm
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