Travel in Northland (4/7)

Much like my ancestors they would go in a boat or ferry to a small New Zealand town to start again, begin a new life. They load their supplies on the boat.

It was not easy to go to a strange place, some of the wives sat down and cried. All the beauty and sophistication stripped away. But they came here to get a new chance that they could not have in Mother England. 

So mankind  boldy goes…where no man has gone before!

Pencil work by Warwick.

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