Titirangi Beach on the edge of winter. Cold. Wet. Smooth and lonesome.
Sorry I’ve been AWOL the last week… funny thing when you commit to a 366 day project… Obviously I take it seriously, since I am in the second year now. This is actually the 457th photo since September 2010 – excluding reruns when I went on holiday and such. And every so often I justContinue reading “Twilight in the Garden of Eden”
Phrases like ‘end of the line’ and ‘last stop’ imply a more extensive finality. In reality, this is my little bus shelter just up the road from my house. It’s the last stop – the nightmare run for beginning drivers with hairpin turns down the twisty mountain road. I had one Maori woman driver breakContinue reading “Last stop”
This is when you REALLY want to be a palm reader! Or have one handy… This lady lives just up the road from me – ran into her in her altogether on the way home this afternoon… Medusa had nothing on her!!! Sorry I’ve been missing out a day or so here and there… theContinue reading “Titirangi Palm”
I sometimes think I go on about my idyllic life in the bush a little too much… and this picture is so very idyllic… However… these are my kitchen windows… living in the woods, the stormy windy, tree pollen, bush goo and spider web woods (not to mention the wetas that look like naked tarantulasContinue reading “Reflections”
The oystercatchers are always mesmerising. So is sundown over water.
Somewhere deep inside I have this urge to redecorate… The space isn’t necessarily crying out for it. I just need to do it.
Titirangi Beach is just down the hill from me. From time to time I like to take my long lens and go spy on the birdlife. I don’t think I’ve run into one of these before. There were three of them there, happily feasting on our local delicacies. However, they were insistent on presenting theirContinue reading “South Island Oyster Catcher”
This is a 100′ Kauri tree wedded to an inspiring bouganvillea up the road from me. It always takes my breath away.
He demanded an encore. I couldn’t refuse!