Easter Sunday

Photos I chose for Easter from recent autumn pics taken near my home in Tapanui, West Otago, New Zealand. It’s now Monday morning in NZ but these are photos I posted on Twitter yesterday for Easter Sunday. Click on any photo to enlarge.


Light has come into the world.

~an autumn Easter

A baby white colchicum bud (autumn crocus) not included in my twitter post:

I hope you have a happy and blessed Easter ~Liz.


Text and photos by Liz; Exploring Colour (2021)

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    1. Weather wise it was very temperamental so we were glad we didn’t go away. On Sunday we visited Maple Glen Garden leaving home in bright sun only to arrive in pouring rain! So I suggested we go to Fortrose and hang out at the cafe for a few hours. Returned to Maple Glen with weather still looking really stroppy and initially hung around near the car but ended up wandering all over the garden for hours with no further downpours! Good Easter πŸ˜€

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  1. And if I remember correctly, this also is the weekend you “fell back” with your clocks. Or — something. I got so confused when I read that. It never had occurred to me that we’re opposite in that way, too. Thank goodness Easter is Easter, north or south!

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    1. That’s right! In NZ daylight saving ends at 3am on the first Sunday in April. So we’re back to normal until 2am on the last Sunday in September. Your Q prompted me to look it up on the official page – I didn’t know all that off the top of my head πŸ˜€

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