William Harold Marsh, farmer, father and an adventurous photographer captured a time of enchantment when life was lived at a slower place, governed by a different set of values and priorities and ambitions.

One of the first generation of those immigrants who sailed around the world to settle in Albertland, 70,000 coastal acres on the Kaipara Harbour, in Northland, New Zealand, he has left a legacy of those times, a window into the past for those yet to come.

 

“It’s a wonderful book – in the truest sense: every page, each image of Harold Marsh – full of wonder. And it doesn’t get better than that!”
Sam Hunt