Stewart Island  [New Zealand, 2012]
Picturesque boatsheds at Golden Bay, in Stewart Island's Paterson Inlet. Boating is a way of life on Stewart Island, which, despite being the third biggest of the hundreds of islands that make up New Zealand, has a population of just 400. Its capital, Oban, is the country's southernmost settlement, boasting a lively pub, a fish-and-chip shop and a French creperie (I can't explain that either).