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After flying from Auckland to Christchurch then driving through the hills to Wanaka my Photographer and I finally arrived.  We picked up our media passes from the warbirds offices and got a feel for the atmosphere around the airport.

It was Thursday, so vendors were still setting up their stands before the Easter weekend.

It didn’t take me long to start having camera envy as professional photographers turned up with lenses that could take a quality shot of an ant from 50km away.  I managed to get a few wandering shots along the fence line as we headed into Wanaka’s township.

I’m excited to be here. The buzz and the hype of it all has been well worth the wait.

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Ready for the southem hemispheres most well known airshow?

I’m really excited to be visiting Wanaka this Easter to be working for at the Internationally renowned Warbirds over Wanaka.

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