Devil's punchbowl

  • Photographer
    Douglas Gimesy
  • Prize
    Honorable Mention
  • Date of Photograph
    18th October, 2014

The Devil's Punchbowl at Arthurs pass is in the mountains of New Zealand's south island, where the southern alps divides the west and east coast. It receives over a meter of precipitation a year. There is a striking difference between the habitats on either side of this main divide, with mountain beech dominating the drier eastern slopes and a mixture of podocarp rainforest, red-flowering rātā and understories of shrubs, ferns and mosses on the west. Above the bushline, snow tussock and alpine meadows exist.

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