Tiny House in a Landscape

This weeks Tiny House in a Landscape is a photo taken on Fiord Island in New Zealand. Known for evocative names like Milford Sound, Doubtful Sound and Manapori, these are wild regions where snow-capped peaks plunge deep into fiords that mirror perfectly in the clear blue water.

This little boathouse/home is set on a tiny island next to vast fiords. The tranquility is only disturbed by waterfalls raging over rocks and exotic birds calling in the dense rain forests. You can learn more about this area by visiting Fiordland.

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Victoria - Ozarks Crescent Mural - June 25, 2011 Reply

Wow! That is just breathtaking.

Paul - June 25, 2011 Reply

Yes, couldn’t agree more with Victoria! Stunning!

Rob - June 25, 2011 Reply

I was on a boat in front of that place in January. It’s on Doubtful sound, or perhaps the lake between the pass to Doubtful sound and Manapouri. But I’m pretty sure it’s on the sound.

It isn’t so much a house as an old bar (for drinking) and the place where fisherman sold their catch. I believe the owners of the place also lived there. It’s long since closed up. There’s an interesting sign on it giving it an amusing name, that I’ve forgotten, of course.

Don Beams - June 25, 2011 Reply

I would not mind living in that gorgeous setting. wow…

Margy - June 25, 2011 Reply

Great location. We have several cabins built on islands and the rocky shore of Powell Lake. But most of us have float cabin because of the drastically changing water levels due to the dam controlling the water.

House key - June 28, 2011 Reply

Wow! That is a dream place to spend some precious moments with my beloved.

Alastair - November 18, 2011 Reply

Its Blanket Bay lodge, a hold up fot the cray (lobster) fishermen, In doubtfull sound. A really really nice spot, and super remote! Quite a surprise to se it on this site:-)

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