This retro notebook with unlined pages, hard cover, and exposed binding features Robin Morrison's iconic photograph, "Teviot Angling Club, Poolburn. A number of these huts litter the edge of the Poolburn reservoir, high in the mountains on the Old Dunstan Road. In front of this hut were the shotgun-shattered remains of tin buckets," 1979.
In 1979, Robin Morrison, set out on a seven-month road trip, photographing people and places in the South Island. Heartwarming, honest and quintessentially Kiwi, his candid observations of small town New Zealand hark back to a simpler time that has gradually given way to a more sophisticated, connected world.
Now, you can explore Morrison's distinctive photography in Auckland Museum's current exhibition at Sainsbury Horrocks gallery - Robin Morrison: Road Trip.