National Geographic : 1936 Feb
© National Geographic Society Finlay Photograph by W. Robert Moore BORDERED BY POPLARS AND WILLOWS, A STATION HOME NESTLES IN THE WAITAKI VALLEY NEAR KUROW So similar did such neat homesteads appear as the automobile passed them that the driver would shout "Duplicate!" and not halt for another photograph. Because livestock generally can remain out of doors all year round and hay and grain are stacked inthe fields, large barns arenot common. The Waitaki River is frequently called the New Zealand Tweed, as it flows between English-settled Canterbury Province and Scottish-developed Otago.