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New Zealand's National Parks Captured In Stunning Photo Series

08/01/2016 17:25 | Updated 08 January 2016

A photographer who went travelling in New Zealand has come back with a stunning series of images showing off the country's national parks.

Johan Lolos began his year-long journey in 2015 and came back with breathtaking views of mountains, lakes and fjords.

Travelling over 15,000 miles to get his shots, he said: "What I saw in New Zealand blew my mind.

"Not only did I find some pure wilderness I've never seen before, but also a true paradise for any outdoors enthusiasts and of course any landscape and travel photographers.

"Not to mention some of the friendliest people I've ever met. Kiwi people are one of a kind!"

What you're about to see will give you wanderlust of the worst kind.

  • 1 Lake Gunn, Fiordland National Park
  • 2 Lake Pukaki and Mount Cook
  • 3 Milford Sound, Fiordland National Park
  • 4 Bay of Islands, Northland
  • 5 A wooden path in Aoraki, Mount Cook National Park
  • 6 Tents pictured at nights in Wanaka
  • 7 Roys Peak, Wanaka
  • 8 A misty Milford Road, Fiordland National Park
  • 9 Franz Josef Glacier, Westland Tai Poutini National Park
  • 10 MacKenzie Country
  • 11 Abel Tasman National Park
  • 12 Milford Sound, Fiordland National Park
  • 13 Whale Bay, Northland
  • 14 Lake Wanaka
  • 15 Roys Peak, Wanaka
  • 16 Roys Peak, Wanaka
  • 17 The bright blue waters of Crucible Lake, Mount Aspiring National Park
  • 18 Mount Ngauruhoe, Tongariro National Park
  • 19 Lake Rotoiti, Nelson Lakes National Park
  • 20 Southern lights, Wanaka
  • 21 Lake Wanaka
  • 22 Moke Lake, Queenstown
  • 23 A kayak on Lake Wanaka
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