Photo selection from a visit on Christmas Day 2019 to a beautiful Catholic basilica in South Dunedin, two outside pics and two from inside. Redeveloped in the 2000s and officially re-opened 19 June 2016. I took several photos of stained glass windows although just one is shown below. They were made by the Munich firm... Continue Reading →
Christmas Day 2019 we visited a beautiful Catholic church in South Dunedin, St Patrick’s Basilica. The entrance is very welcoming. And note the use of Māori language as well as multi-language words of welcome. Dunedin, New Zealand. Some language information ~from Our Languages - Ō Tātou Reo "There are two official languages in Aotearoa New... Continue Reading →
Recent photos that I've taken in Dunedin, New Zealand. I love this city very much with all its lively diversity, colours, art, music, literature, cafes, gardens, natural wonders and beaches. I've chosen four photos from our latest visit that are a little quirky and fun! ~from 24/25 March 2022. Click on any photo to enlarge.... Continue Reading →
A few shots from a recent visit to Dunedin. A pretty little building facing the street and two photos from a carpark I explored - the same one where I found the intriguing No Exit sign. New Zealand, 15 March.
More photos from St Matthew's church, a beautiful building dating from the 1870s. Dunedin, New Zealand. 15 March.
We were sitting in Filadelfio's pizza and pasta restaurant on 03 Feb when I decided to take a photo of the dinosaur we could see through the window - it's on the other side of the street. As usual I was struggling with the new cellphone camera and just as I was finally ready to... Continue Reading →
The sign on the pavement was in my way and "Tidings of Joy" caught my eye. Next I saw "Gingerbread Latte" .. and wanted one! I took photos, Nigel ordered. He was asked "hot or cold?", got one of each. Either way it was delicious. This is a pop-up Starbucks cafe in Wachner Place, temporarily... Continue Reading →
It was heartwarming for us to see these Paradise Shelduck parents out with their young one at a stream near the Dunedin Botanic Garden, New Zealand in early December 2020. I'm used to seeing many young with parents but this pair only had one. Most people simply refer to them as Paradise Ducks. Note: The... Continue Reading →