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.
The grim tweeter
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A native New Zealand Fantail, known to Māori as Pīwakaka. In Māori mythology the Fantail was responsible for the presence of death in the world. When you meet them on the trail their cute liveliness runs contrary to the myth. They were in abundance when I was in the Abel Tasman National Park, but as soon as I pulled out my zoom lens they darted about like maniacs – hard to photograph / Nikon D750, F5.6, 1/640, ISO 1000, 450mm
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