Our very own Table Mountain at 4000 ft AMSL. Not nearly as grand as the one in South Africa but its ours.
Departing Whitianga from downwind, note the waterways development.
Another shot of the waterways, the airfield is to the right middle of the photo.
Flying mate Gav next to that other way to fly, only its twice as expensive. Gav has almost got his PPL (h) in the R22 but will fly in anything that goes up.
Yours truly giving the starboard oleos on FWS a workout. Archers are a great plane to fly and I think they look cooler than the Cessna 172. But I have no real preference for which one I fly.
The photos are in reverse chronological order, and the aerial shots were all taken on the return trip to Hamilton. This was because I left my camera in my bag and only realised where it was after we had taken off.