Sunday, 7 December 2014

One Article, Two Covers

I hit the jackpot!


Not only did I get an article in the latest NZMCA Motor Caravanner magazine (sent to all 56,000+ members) but I also got the front cover. And not only did I get an article and the front cover, I got the front cover of the members handbook too, which was sent out in the same pack!

It was a huge surprise to get the magazine front cover because- what a laugh- I didn’t even recognise the shot until I read the credits! Here’s the original; it was taken on the The Road to Walter Peak Station in Central Otago.


I have been sending photos to NZMCA's IT & Social Media department for quite awhile and when they needed a handbook cover photo I sent a selection to Ryan and 5 of them were chosen as possibles, Ryan put them up on the NZMCA Facebook page where members voted for their favourite. It was nearly an unanimous vote, they chose autumn at Butchers Dam, Alexandra. It just happened that the handbook was sent out with the magazine. And here's that original


And here is the article, hopefully you’ll be able to read the text. Enjoy.





I enjoyed writing and putting together the article, especially as I had the huge benefit of being able to use my blog posts on each of the 'hidden gems' that I had selected. But I had to condense them quite a lot as I had a word limit for each item- hard for someone who talks 'types' so much! 

If you'd like to see more photos (and read more) about each of the places in the article here are the links to their blogs-








4 comments:

  1. Well yes.... I noted both those covers before this blog .....well done miss # 46960. It only took you 60,000 shots to do it! .....minus 2
    Cheers to David too!

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    1. Thanks Jimu, I'm sure there's a compliment in there somewhere! ;) You probably knew about the cover before me, I couldn't believe I didn't recognise it.

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  2. Congratulations! You're certainly very talented and hard working.

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