Yesterday at the Dunedin Botanic Gardens we managed to include the Australian garden in our wandering; to my delight the kangaroo paw plants had flower heads in the early stages of blooming. Kangaroo paw flowers (Anigozanthos species and hybrids) are some of my favourites! The first two images are cropped from photos taken by Nigel,... Continue Reading →
Kelp swirling in the tide at a beach just south of Brighton, Dunedin, New Zealand.Photos taken yesterday afternoon, by Nigel. Click on any photo to enlarge. Text by Liz, photos by Nigel; Exploring Colour (2020)
South of Brighton, Dunedin, New Zealand. This afternoon was lovely, the sand was warm. We walked barefoot on the beach. Taken by Liz.
Yesterday was our wedding anniversary and we spent it in Dunedin, arriving in the early afternoon. Here's a few pics from the Dunedin Botanic Garden. The roses are now in flower .. and they're blooming beautiful! Nigel spotted a white rose called 'Wedding Day' and I've included a photo below. Dunedin, New Zealand. 'Wedding Day'... Continue Reading →
Let your love shine, it's the season! Dunedin Botanic Garden, New Zealand. Outside pics taken 24 October 2020.
When in bloom, this plant from South Africa is a great favourite of mine. Dunedin Botanic Garden has a lovely South African garden and there's two different spots where I know to look for this species. Also known as fire heath. Rather a straggly plant but oh - those flowers! Nigel took the first photo,... Continue Reading →
Mountain cabbage tree, Cordyline indivisa or tī toii. Dunedin Botanic Garden 01 Nov 2020, New Zealand. Photos taken by Nigel.
I dubbed this 'toast' cloud as the layers looked like toast slices straight out of the toaster. Taken as we neared home this evening, by Nigel. Tapanui, West Otago, New Zealand.
Beautiful bus shelter on the Otago Peninsula (end of the peninsula, on the route to Taiaroa Head where the Royal Albatross Centre is located). We visited the Centre on October 10, 2020 and this shelter caught my eye, featuring a Northern Royal Albatross on the front and one end, the other end has a yellow-eyed... Continue Reading →
Great cafe and gift shop at Mossburn (which is on the route to Fiordland). When Nigel was over that way for work on 24 November I asked him to check if this place is still open. Still very much open (yay!) and he was able to get refreshments there. Southland, New Zealand. Toad of Bracken... Continue Reading →