More photos from St Matthew's church, a beautiful building dating from the 1870s. Dunedin, New Zealand. 15 March.
The Tavern sits parallel to a main highway while the blue single-lane bridge crosses the Clutha /Mata-au River to the small settlement of Millers Flat. Built 1926 and formerly called the Bridge Hotel, the building itself is fairly stark but the many colourful flowers and bright touches ensure a warm welcome as do the proprietors.... Continue Reading →
We were driving a gravel road near the small settlement of Millers Flat when we hurriedly pulled over to look at a strange ruin lying in a farm field. My last post's photo, 'Summer View, Millers Flat' was taken just after we'd got out of the car. Here's the rest [out-of-frame in the 'Summer View'... Continue Reading →
Returning to the street after wandering a riverside path in Roxburgh, I spotted this cute old cottage on the other side. Further along I enjoyed seeing somewhat humourous exotic phoenix palms. They're funny because they're chopped off at the back on account of the power lines. Which makes the tops of the palms lop-sided and... Continue Reading →
Beautiful experience today to participate in celebrating the Eucharist at Gore Anglican church ~Holy Trinity. Bishop Steven Benford, Diocese of Dunedin, attended and also played the piano for the hymns. Southland, New Zealand. Click on any photo to enlarge. Text and photos by Liz; Exploring Colour (2022)
My fanciful mind imagined this as an arched window from a ruined medieval abbey. It's just a bent-over tree in the bush at Black Gully Reserve, Tapanui, West Otago. Photo taken during a short bush walk yesterday afternoon. New Zealand.
Stained glass church windows .. I haven't seen these in real life, yet I'm in awe! Feeling very grateful to Bishop Matthew Gunter, Episcopal Diocese of Fond du Lac /northeast and northcentral Wisconsin USA, who shared the first photo on Facebook. I asked permission to use it and he kindly provided me with photos of... Continue Reading →
Bowker's Bridge, built 1869. Last of the original arched stone bridges still visible on the old coach road to Central Otago. New Zealand.
More detail of the ornamentation inside Dunedin Railway Station, New Zealand. Taken by Liz, 29 December 2019. Either horizontal image can be enlarged (1400px wide). Click on the image to enlarge. If you'd like to see more photos of the Dunedin Railway Station and the Taieri Gorge rail trip then why don't you pay a... Continue Reading →
We found this lovely nativity scene Christmas Day 2019 when we made a visit to St Patrick's Basilica in South Dunedin, New Zealand (Catholic). Beautiful church both inside and out. Redeveloped in the 2000s, officially re-opened 19 June 2016. Click on ANY photo below to enlarge. Text and photos by Liz; Exploring Colour (2020)
Two views of Iona Church, both taken by Nigel 29 Dec 2019. There's been a church on the site overlooking the town since 1852, the first being a small wooden building with a square tower at the front. This was demolished to make way for a stone building now named Johnstone Hall, opened in January... Continue Reading →