The Church of the Good Shepherd was built in 1935 on the banks of Lake Tekapo in New Zealand. It was built as a place of worship for the pioneer families of Mackenzie country in the South Island. Mount Cook stands in the background across the lake.
Situated on the shores of Lake Tekapo is the Church of the Good Shepherd, which, in 1935, was the first church built in the Mackenzie Basin. The church is arguably one of the most photographed in New Zealand. This image was taken during the time when the lakeside is full of blooming Lupins.
Lake Tekapo is the second-largest of three roughly parallel lakes running north–south along the northern edge of the Mackenzie Basin in the South Island of New Zealand. This image was captured during sunset and depicts the serenity and calmness of the moment.
Lindis Pass is located in the South Island of New Zealand
It lies between the towns of Cromwell in Central Otago and Omarama in North Otago, on the main inland route to the Mackenzie Basin in the Canterbury Region.
The pass lies between the valleys of the Lindis and Ahuriri Rivers.
Aerial View Of The Shore Of Cook Inlet Meeting Trees Lining The Beach At Point Mackenzie In Autumn, Low Angled Evening Sun Casting Long Shadows Across The Ocean, Point Mackenzie, South-Central Alaska; Alaska, United States Of America