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Sam (pictured above), one of the 120 people living in Ohura, lives in a house truck with a lounge

Photographer Tony Carter spent a year exploring the tiny village of Ohura, in New Zealand's South Island, producing a stunning series of images called 'Another World: Portraits from Ohura'

Ross, who is, by his own admission, is a 'retired horticulturist'. He has lived in a house truck for 18 years

Ross, by his own admission is a 'retired horticulturist'. He has lived in a house truck for 18 years

Liz (pictured), was one of the first people that Tony met when he visited Ohura. She was photographed outside her shop that never opens

Photographer Tony Carter spent a year exploring the tiny village of Ohura, in New Zealand's South Island, producing a stunning series of images called 'Another World: Portraits from Ohura'

Frank (pictured with two of his dogs) is living in retirement in Ohura, which offers little in the way of job opportunities

Frank (pictured with two of his dogs) is living in retirement in Ohura, which offers littl.

Norm (pictured with most of his children at back of group) relocated to Ohura from Auckland, and is the father of a large family

Photographer Tony Carter spent a year exploring the tiny village of Ohura, in New Zealand's South Island, producing a stunning series of images called 'Another World: Portraits from Ohura'

Julie, one of the women Tony met while visiting Ohura, works part-time at the local refuse centre in town

Photographer Tony Carter spent a year exploring the tiny village of Ohura, in New Zealand's South Island, producing a stunning series of images called 'Another World: Portraits from Ohura'

Denis is one of the many local characters Tony met, and was photographed in his 'banquet room'

Meet the residents of the tiny 'ghost town' in New Zealand

Photographer Tony Carter spent a year photographing the residents of the tiny village of Ohura, in New Zealand's North Island, producing a stunning series of images called 'Another World: Portraits from Ohura'

As a kindness, you could say Ohura is off the beaten track. Put more bluntly, it's in the middle of nowhere.