What interested me is that it (kind of) mirrors the Christian doctrine of Creation, and it even has the gentle echo of the promise of Eternal Life. It looks back (to creation) and forward (in hope).
But in the end, it's only about New Zealand.
Sorry, Gordo, to quote C.S. Lewis:
If I find in myself desires which nothing in this world can satisfy, the only logical explanation is that I was made for another world.So I've got a choice: Either I spent my time, my money and my yearnings going to NZ and taking lots of pictures that never satisfy, or I take my joy trusting in a good God who will renew the whole of creation at the restoration of all things.