When Peter Jackson spotted the Alexander Farm during an aerial search of the North Island for the best possible locations to film The Lord of The Rings film trilogy, he immediately thought it was perfect for Hobbiton. It is now a permanent attraction complete with hobbit holes, gardens, bridge, Mill and The Green Dragon Inn.
The Lord of the Rings is a prime example of books that are remediated for films. The trilogy was transformed from words to motion pictures in 2000 to 2003 due to advances in digital cameras and editing software. They are old texts, to say the least, and in order to maintain a fan base in a time of such technological advancements, the films allow younger generations to understand old stories such as this one. These fictional/fantasy stories are preferred by most people due to this…
Laurel Hill - NSW - CRISOS Laurel Hill has become one of Australia's most popular photography spots due to it's incredible synchronised sugar pine tree's that create a natural fortress you'd only expect to see in a Lord of The Rings film. It is a quick and easy 400m walk from the car that anyone can access.
An epic adventure about loyalty, courage and the power that resides in the smallest of things."There is a seed of courage hidden (often deeply, it is true) in the heart of the fattest and most timid hobbit, waiting for some final and desperate danger to make it grow."