Service and Sacrifice, Anzac Day

April 25 is Anzac Day when we remember soldiers who died in war and honour those who returned or are currently serving, a tradition since 1916. Anzac Day was initially gazetted as a half-day holiday and in 1921 was first marked as a full public holiday. ANZAC : Australian and New Zealand Army Corps, whose... Continue Reading →

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Americana Surprise in Southland

On Sunday 04 March we headed way out west from Gore and landed up in Lumsden... ** Click twice on any image to view full-size ** Hungry and thirsty, we were drawn to this promising-looking cafe and bar Inside, a 1955 Dodge Kingsway has made itself at home The Route 6 website describes the cafe... Continue Reading →

I see… Red

Some recent posts have grabbed my attention with their lovely red images and it prompted me to put together a "red" post. This first photo which I came across this morning is the one that really galvanised me into action! Its simply magnificent! Thank you very much to contributing photographers! All images used with permission.... Continue Reading →

The Warmth of Red

Red has always been my favourite colour and I've been hunting out some "red" photos for today's post. Cheers me up on a cold, gray, wet winter's day! Beautiful building and lovely pub to visit. Amazing plaster work inside, and chandeliers. Looks very grand! They have a great array of beers on tap but I... Continue Reading →

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