Tuesday, 14 July 2015

Historic Queenstown through Frederick Radcliffe’s Lens

The recent cold blast has me dreaming of a winter holiday, and what better place than picturesque Queenstown. 


The photographs in this post were all taken by Frederick George Radcliffe who was something of a pioneer of New Zealand scenic photography. From around 1909-1920 Radcliffe travelled the length and breadth of the country and produced approximately eight thousand photographs. The extent of his travels is evidenced by the huge variety of places shown in Zoe’s post from last year

Author: Andrew Henry

1 comment:

  1. Love the snow-capped trees and the precarious Skippers Road shot!

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