I take you back to quite early in the history of consumer digital cameras and the "KODAK DC4800 ZOOM DIGITAL CAMERA"
It and similar early compacts represented a breakthrough in motorcycle 'travelogue-raphy' back then. By today's standards the images are ... well, 17 years old in a rapidly advancing tech.
One day in September 2003 there were three of us riding a variety of Suzuki ADV bikes through what I can only describe as a surreal landscape as we followed, with the sun, the retreating rain squalls that were making their way north along the Firth of Thames side of New Zealand's Upper Coromadel Peninsula.
The dirt road is well-made and it winds and twists along the black volcanic rock coastline from Coromadel Town to Port Jackson at the tip - you can just make it out on the left through the gloom. It is a jaw dropping ride.
We rounded a crest and this vista opened before us. I stopped the DR650 and pulled the genuinely pocket size Kodak out - and let rip.
I didn't see the pair of what I believe to be Hector's Dolphins or Tupoupou until I dowloaded the day's pics.
If you ever get the chance to ride around the Coromandel - plan to do it twice.
Do the lower loop once on a good handling road bike. It's GOT to be one of the best day rides there is - anywhere.
Then do the upper peninsula Dirt ride on a mid size ADV or off road bike.