This is looking toward some podocarp trees (rimu and kahikatea) towering above the canopy, in Rangiwahia Scenic Reserve (western flanks of the Ruahine Ranges).
Need a clue? There is something out of its usual position.
You’ll probably have to look closely.
Another clue – top centre.
Answer: several tens of metres above the ground, reaching above the widow-makers (Collospermum microspermum) perched at the top of the middle, large tree, is a juvenile lancewood (the skinny, upright ‘stick’).
Lancewood (Pseudopanax crassifolius) trees usually grow on the ground; they are not typically epiphytes. However, this ‘high-flier’ seems to be doing fine, and must have a fantastic view!