I read Steve Braunias’ rather good book Civilisation: Twenty Places on the Edge of the World, a road trip around more unconventional New Zealand destinations. And as I read each chapter, I wanted to experience more of the destinations. I was too lazy to go outside, so I used the power of Google Street View.
Sometimes I clicked around picturesque streets, other times I was faced with fuzzy old low-rest pics. Sometimes I was faced with timeless landscapes, other times it was an old photo of a scene long since changed.
Here are highlights from the pixelly journey around New Zealand, from a coastal dirty road in Hicks Bay to a Mormon church in the middle of nowhere. Also contains penguins, a campervan, tourists and a corner shop.