Kiwiburn is New Zealands regional burn of Burning Man.
Kiwiburn is a participatory festival. The people that choose to go, bring and make things that they want to have there. It is through this way of thinking that people create an amazing atmosphere where every performance, set up, art piece and so on are all there because people want to contribute.
I definitely enjoyed my time there and I would suggest to get in early and get next years ticket when you can!
10-12 February more than 400 pilot whales were successfully refloated in Farewell Spit with about 200-250 whales dying. Some believe that this could be one of the highest numbers of stranded whales rescued in the world! I was there and these are some of my thoughts, emotions and observations from this experience. Feel free to share this video, comment and or express your thoughts about what happened.
This movie gives a quick peep into a beekeepers job and what they do.
A big shout out to the awesome Fire twirlers in the Dunedin Fire and Circus club and The Extravaganza for putting on a good show. Playing with fire is an amazing art that one should also take care with. So if you decide to do it at home, please have safely precautions.
“A Jandal Christmas” is about my experience of having christmas in New Zealand (a jandal is what others call, flipp flopp and thong. similar to a sandal) I explain the differences of the traditions and how some kiwis celebrate the season.
Merry Christmas to you all and Happy New Year
The Extravaganza is a unique market/festival across New Zealand which is completely free.
You will find market stalls, arts and craft, food, musical entertainment and kids shows at the fair.
This is the group of housetruckers I have been traveling together with for the last one and a half months.
If you would like to know when they are next near you in New Zealand then check out their website
After the Kaikoura Earthquake that happened shortly after midnight on Monday the 14 November 2016, there was a tsunami warning along the whole of New Zealand’s coastline. In the days that followed there has been over 1500 after shocks, ferries stranded outside of the harbour with passengers onboard for around 12 hours. Many roads have been closed and tourists and others have been exported with helicopters out of now remote areas that have no form of transportation available. These are just a few examples of the many that are results of the large earthquake.
I hope that New Zealand’s previous experiences with mother nature’s movements will make this one just a little bit easier for those in need. Last but not least I would like to give my love and light to all of those that have been affected.
Thank you Clayton Lindstrom For your films from Clarence!