Diary of a Rock Balancer ::

Stone Balance Art created and photographed by Michael Grab — 23 February 2016 — South Island, New Zealand ::

“Progressions can’t be made if we’re separate foreva . . .”

You know you’re in the right time and place when you deviate from the perpetually boring tourist flow, find an exceptionally beautiful hidden spot, and serendipitously cross paths with a Finnish couple who also collect rocks and who already know who i am.

Fiordland National Park, New Zealand

[smart-grid row_height=”150″ mobile_row_height=”100″ style=”8″ captions_opacity=”0.4″ font_type=”google” google_font=”Raleway” font_color=”#E6E6E6″ font_weight=”300″ title=”false” share=”false” hide_bars_on_mobile=”false”]


52 Responses
  1. Your mahi is magnifience. Thank you Michael. I also travel with you vicariously. My ‘homage’ to you may or may not be still standing somwhere on the Tongariro river!

Leave a Reply