A scorched earth: Scenes from the drought

by The Listener / 14 March, 2013
Images of a parched landscape by photographer David White.


Above: Kent Sambells puts down a pregnant cow that could not fend for itself following a fall. Usually the cow would be be left to sit and eat grass around it, but with herds having to walk miles in search of grass, Sambells felt it was more humane to put it out of its misery. Photo by David White



Above: Drought scene from the Northern Waikato. Photo by David White



Above: Drought scene from the Northern Waikato. Photo by David White



Above: Drought scene from the Northern Waikato. Photo by David White



Above: Drought scene from the Northern Waikato. Photo by David White



Above: Drought scene from the Northern Waikato. Photo by David White



Above: Drought scene from the Northern Waikato. Photo by David White



Above: A view across Mount Eden towards Auckland City. Photo by David White



Above: Tyrese Clay (in pool) and brother Taicyn of Huntly escape the heat. Photo by David White
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