Red Bridge and Berries

This bright red lacquer bridge is in the Oamaru public gardens which we popped into on 13 July. The striking red colour was just the ticket after all the awful weather we’d had in Dunedin the day before. And then the next day when we headed out of Oamaru to return to Dunedin, we saw a tree with red berries looking all showy by the highway. ~Waitaki District, New Zealand.




Text / 2nd photo by Liz, other two pics by Nigel; Exploring Colour (2022)

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        1. That’s the trouble with ‘opposite’ seasons, what I post isn’t always appropriate for the northern hemisphere. But when the north’s in winter then folks like seeing bright colours from down here in the southern summer! Win some, lose some I guess 🙂

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    1. Thank you! The red bridge is wonderful – there’s a Chinese Garden further along the same path so I think that accounts for the choice of this particular style of bridge.

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