Coopers Beach in Doubtless Bay, New Zealand is a small coastal area in the Northland that holds a very significant part of my travel memories. For the first time in my life I was traveling in another country, and for the first time in my life I jumped in a car full of strangers on a whim.
A german couple, a Canadian, and I all ended up stopping in the Doubtless Bay area where we happened across a private cove hidden by a treacherous hike. Over a rocky crag that could only be traversed at low tide, with climbed over the crest of the hill and discovered paradise.
And for 2 weeks we stayed here, sleeping in out hammocks. This was the view I woke up to everyday, quite marvelous huh?
A photo essay about my hammock adventures will be landing this week, stay tuned!
Weekly Photo Mojo is about stimulating your cortex with retina rupturing and awe-inspiring photos from around the world to help you reach Terminal Vicariosity (The point where the mind reaches maximum capacity from living vicariously through someone else, and chooses to start actually living.)
What feeling does this photo evoke for you?