Random in Dunedin

We were in the centre of Dunedin City, The Octagon, for a short while this afternoon and then drove uphill to the suburb of Roslyn which has both a nice cafe and views. In The Octagon I admired the water features and enjoyed seeing the gulls making the most of them. Nearby the city’s Christmas Tree is on display. Dunedin, New Zealand.

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Gulls and a feral pigeon.


Peace on Earth. Goodwill to All.


Best of all I liked this garden cultivar of our native tea-tree, manuka, or Leptospermum outside a house in Roslyn. Looking down toward Otago Harbour.




Just relaxed at the cafe in Roslyn and took no photos but I had a slice of delicious dessert cake – ‘egg nog and custard’. It was a layer cake and a real treat!

Text and photos by Liz; Exploring Colour (2019)

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  1. The manuka blossom is a gorgeous colour. Sometimes we see tea-tree plants for sale here but I don’t know how they’d fare in our winters. (Which can be very wet, as well as cold.)

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