We went out for a country drive this morning, exploring some roads we hadn't travelled before. When we were well through our trip we came across this old building that appears to have been a farmhouse. Weatherboard house with corrugated iron roof. The front lower level has had its weatherboards removed and looks like it's... 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 →
Rustic shed in a beautiful rural landscape at Ettrick in early autumn. The deciduous trees are changing colour. Central Otago, New Zealand. 19 March.
Driving along Gorge Rd I noticed how well the rusty tank matched with the rusty roof on the old farm shed. Old sheds with a curved roof are special, there's not that many of them! Near Invercargill, Southland, New Zealand; 14 March 2018
Leaving Wyndham, we decided to take the Wyndham - Mataura route and I'd completely forgotten about Windmill Corner! Nigel stopped for me to take a quick shot or two. [This blog-post continues yesterday's post]. Here are some photos taken back in town before we left: first up, my photo of the Four Square supermarket in... Continue Reading →