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Digital cameras and smartphones have made it so easy and convenient to take photos these days.

But before you fill up your memory card with so-so snaps of your visit to Waiheke, check out some of our favourite Waiheke vistas, shown on this page. You might pick up a few tips to make your own Waiheke photos even better.

We can’t always be in the right spot at the right time, but as a general rule early mornings and late afternoons will give the most interesting lighting effects, as in the photo above, taken at Kennedy Point on Waiheke Island by Mark de Fleury.

Here are a few more of our favourites:

So many Waiheke greens, accentuated by the shaded foreground

So many Waiheke greens, accentuated by the shaded foreground. Photo: Goueg on Flickr

A classic Waiheke Island vista

A classic Waiheke Island vista is hard to beat! Photo: Pixelia on pixabay

Buildings add a nice contrast in this Waiheke panorama.

Farm buildings add a nice contrast in this Waiheke panorama. Photo: Taz on Flickr

The photographer calls this 'green and blue'

The photographer calls this ‘green and blue’ and isn’t it true! Photo: Taz on Flickr

Dramatic lighting makes this a memorable Waiheke shot

Dramatic lighting makes this a memorable Waiheke shot. Photo: Kristina Hoeppner on Flickr

A nicely framed Waiheke Island photo with interesting clouds

A nicely framed Waiheke Island photo with interesting clouds. Photo: Mark de Fleury on Flickr

We hope to see you soon on one of our Waiheke guided walks. And don’t forget your camera!