This page contains larger higher resolution versions of pictures found elsewhere on the Kiwi Aircraft Images site. I have made these available as JPegs as bitmaps (.bmp) are just too big. Pictures are available in 3/2 or 4/3 ratio. The normal scan size on the site is 800x600 pixels. and I have added 1200x800 images. In 4/3 ration I have provided two options - 1152x870 and1024x768. These are all around 150kb-200kb files. I have the original scans (at around 1mb each) if anyone feels the need for more resolution.

For those worried about the legal aspect. I am the copyright holder for all the pictures and I give permission for these to be downloaded for non-commercial use as desktop backgrounds or 'wallpaper'. I retain all rights to the images as copyright holder. The images may not be distributed by any other means, and may not be used commercially.

The pictures shown are only a start - if you would like to request a particular picture from Kiwi Aircraft Images, email me at treweek@ cs.waikato.ac nzand I'll see what I can do. (Not all the images may suit such a large scan size).

To download the photos, click on the size you want. The picture will open in a new window. Use the 'save as' option from your browser to save the file.


  • 'Into the Storm'
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ZK-DAK departs from Whangarei. The light meant this picture came out looking more like a painting. The lack of other cues means it could almost be period! This was my wallpaper until replaced by a picture of my son.

  • 'Rush Hour'
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Cessna 152's line up at the 13th World Precision Flying Championships in Hamilton during February 1999

  • 'Mountain Cat'
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ZK-PBY on finals onto Lake Wanaka. A classic aircraft amidst beuatiful mountain scenery!


  • 'Sea Fog'
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One of those in the right place at the right time pictures. Sea Fog on the Whitianga estuary at Easter 1995. The neutral colours make a great background. Used this one myself until replaced by 'Into the Storm'.

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