Kāpiti Island, Okupe Lagoon

Who'd have thought Kapiti Island had a lagoon? fed with seawater underneath the embankment, the Okupe Lagoon sits right on sea level, yet doesn't recede or increase with the tide. A truely unusual yet remarkable part of the island.

With a rich history of conservation and preservation, amongst the once were whaling posts, Kāpiti Island is one of New Zealand's most prized possessions. Remaining 100% predator free, Kāpiti is the home to almost every native bird in New Zealand, including Kiwi, Kaka, Weka & Kokako and Kakapo.

Shot using a 2.5inch Hassleblad Camera.

Available in A1, A2 & A3 sizes. 
Printed on 310gsm Ilford GALERIE Prestige Gold Fibre paper, using Canon archival inks. 

Frame & furniture not included.