Another guest post by the titillating Alex Gilks:
No, not the a snapshot of a Hutt Valley industrial estate – this is White Island, the site of NZ’s first full-scale World War II bombed buildings diorama. Weta Workshops tested many natural pigments before settling on the exact hue for mustard gas residue.
One of these ubiquitous stinky kelp forests, next to that stinky unique petrified forest in Curio Bay, Southland. As a rule of thumb: the more horizontal, the more it is a kiwi forest. Some very weird form of tall poppy syndrome?
Google Maps Location (well, as close as Google went).
Update: totally unfair… kelp is super beautiful: Wikipedia – Kelp.