A really handy robo-letterbox, ready to go.Where.. I don't know! ~but never alone.Comes with canine companion and bone.Wherever they come to rest.. is home. I found these in Ranfurly, Central Otago on 12 March 2022 as I walked into town. ~New Zealand. Click on either photo to enlarge. Text and photos by Liz; Exploring Colour... Continue Reading →
These photos are from our trip to Clyde in Central Otago on 02 April. We arrived for the afternoon and it was bright and sunny, providing some interesting shadows. Clyde's a lovely town with lots of old schist stone buildings and a gold history dating back to the early 1860s. These days there's a major... Continue Reading →
'Waipiata Man'. A local bloke wanted a fight but Nigel told him to knock it off. Waipiata's a tiny settlement near Ranfurly and part of the Central Otago Rail Trail. 12 March. New Zealand.
The poplars at Clyde are changing colour faster than our local poplars. I took the first photo from a vantage point on the edge of town not far from the Clyde bridge, downstream of the hydro dam. Clutha River. Central Otago, New Zealand. My second photo was taken not far from our home in West... Continue Reading →
These are photos I took yesterday in Clyde during our afternoon trip into Central Otago. At long last I've learned the difference between Virginia Creeper and Boston Ivy! From what I've read I understand this to be Virginia Creeper. New Zealand. ~ Great page on Virginia Creeper here from University of Wisconsin - Madison ~... Continue Reading →
And so we drove on into Central Otago, got to Clyde, where for the first time ever I noticed 'The Whistlestop', my attention caught by golden foliage. We both thought we'd love to have 'The Whistlestop' as our street address! New Zealand. 02 April 2022. [continued from yesterday's post On Our Way] Click on any... Continue Reading →
This lovely autumn afternoon we took time off to drive into Central Otago. First stop was Millers Flat for tasty treats from Faigans Cafe. Saw a cute old-fashioned cottage with lizard and butterfly decorations. Then on to Roxburgh. The bridge crosses the Clutha River to the town. We stayed this side though and crossed over... Continue Reading →
Rustic shed in a beautiful rural landscape at Ettrick in early autumn. The deciduous trees are changing colour. Central Otago, New Zealand. 19 March.
Early autumn in Central Otago; we drove to Roxburgh yesterday, finding a beautiful apple orchard at Ettrick and a pear orchard at Millers Flat. New Zealand. 19 March.
A little book from a little library. Yesterday in Ranfurly, Central Otago I looked into a Lilliput Library and found this dear little book by the late Olive Dunn from Invercargill. "Delights of Floral Language". I was so happy! I have a few of her books but didn't even know about this little cutie! New... Continue Reading →