Renee & Pallas Photography © is a Landscape, Wildlife and Macro amateur photography blog in a small country called New Zealand (otherwise known as the ‘hobbit land’). My mum and I enjoy taking photos are always out trying to find some new shots. We have taken a lot of photos over the years and we thought why not share them on a blog? That’s when the R & P Photography © blog was created. All photos on this blog (unless written on the post/page) we have taken ourselves and we would appreciate it if you did not use these images without our permission. If you would like to use any of these images, please email us at: randpphotoalbums@gmail.com or reneecarson96@me.com Thank you.

Our Cameras: FijiFilm Finepix AV110 and a Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-T300.

We hope you enjoy our photos and feel free to leave a comment!

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R & P Photography ©

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    • Sorry for such a late reply! Thank you so much for nominating our blog and you’re reasons for doing so Pieter!! I will be sure to check it out as soon as possible! Thank you!! 🙂

  1. I just wanted to stop by and say thank you very much for liking a photo on my blog. I put a link to your blog on my “Who Likes My Photos?” page, and I am also following your blog. I also have a book I wrote that is full of some beautiful sunset photos I took called “No Rain” which you can download for free here http://sunsets4life.com/2013/01/16/no-rain-a-free-photo-ebook/ I hope you’ll enjoy my book and will visit my blog again 🙂

    • Thank you! And your welcome! That sounds awesome, I will have to check it out! Thanks for sharing! And i will definitely visit your blog again! Thank you for stopping by mine 🙂

      • I’m sure we would love it over there and would not want to come home and stay there lol exporting are horse would cost a fortune and we could not leave her for long

      • Haha yeah probabaly!! Mmm yes I can see what you mean, we have a horse too so we usually just get our friends to check up on him. Thanks for stopping by my blog 🙂

  2. You certainly can’t beat New Zealand for dramatic scenery! I have a few weak connections to New Zealand–in college one of my artist friends got a fellowship to spend 6 months in NZ painting and absolutely loved it; my next door neighbor’s daughter moved there; and another college friend has a sister there. If I were of the traveling type, it would be at the top of places I’d like to visit.
    Thanks for following my blog and giving me the chance to see you beautiful photos!

    • Haha that’s great your friends loved it, nz is a really beautiful place I love it here! But you should definitely visit, you’ll have an awesome time! And your welcome! 😀

  3. so, uh, yer (da two uv yez) ‘r from NZ ? my kids spent 6 short weeks tryin’ to tour all they could before parenthood “tied ’em down.” but they’ll be back, and maybe they’ll drag boring old dad along. i’m checkin’ in, and likin this — you gotta lotta stuff to explore (without axually goin’ to NZ) — how’d ja stumble onto my site?

    • Haha yes I’m from nz, hope you enjoy our site 🙂 I saw a comment you had posted on the WordPress daily post about freshly pressed, your gravatar caught my eye so I thought I might stop by and have a look at your blog! Lol

  4. Hi and thanks for liking my post on the horse parade in Granda, Nicaragua. You have some beautiful photos! My daughter spent a month in NZ last January and loved it, so beautiful.

    • Haha thank you so much!!! Your very welcome!! You should check out my WWRC Jan 2012 Show page if you haven’t already… plenty of horses on that page!!!! 😀 lol

  5. thank you very much for visiting my blog For the Love of Clouds and Living Things, and for following me.. I look forward to following you as well..

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