Toast Cloud

I dubbed this 'toast' cloud as the layers looked like toast slices straight out of the toaster. Taken as we neared home this evening, by Nigel. Tapanui, West Otago, New Zealand.

Tanks a lot

Explored Ettrick yesterday and found an assortment of tanks at the end of a rural lane. I admired the round concrete one and Nigel took a pic. Also feeling genuinely grateful for the many blessings I enjoy. And thank you for stopping by 🙂 Ettrick (southern end of Central Otago). New Zealand. Click on the... Continue Reading →

Red Tussock

One of my favourite native landscape features down south here is red tussockland, there would have been vast swathes of them in the old days. This is a red tussock conservation area in Southland, Nigel took the photos last week when he needed to visit the Mossburn area for his work, he is a landscape... Continue Reading →

Knobby Range Road

We drove the length of this road on 21 November 2020 and found it eventually ends at some farm gates. I've already done a couple of posts using photos from this trip and these are the remaining photos. It was very windy but otherwise fine however in some photos you'll observe there were showery squalls... Continue Reading →

Heavenly Peace

Seen this angel from afar many times, down a side road as we've driven by. Yesterday we stopped to visit, she is so sweet and serene! Waipahi cemetery, Clutha District, New Zealand. Photos taken by Liz. This little cemetery sits in peaceful rural countryside, and still in use. Text and photos by Liz; Exploring Colour... Continue Reading →

Back Country Otago

Central Otago back country is wonderful to explore, exhilarating to experience. Yesterday we drove to Roxburgh, crossed the hydro dam across the Clutha River, and continued on the east side of the river with the intention of looping back to town. But then we saw a side road heading off into what looked like interesting... Continue Reading →

Yellow Field Crop

We'd driven past this yellow field crop several times when travelling between home and Dunedin. On 25 October I remembered to ask Nigel to turn down the side road so I could get pictures. The final photo looks away from the yellow brassica flowers. I took it to show the context - pastoral with dairy... Continue Reading →

Mitchells Cottage

The building of this cottage began in the 1880s and was finally completed in 1904. It was built by two brothers with stone masonry techniques learned from their father in the Shetland Islands - John and Andrew Mitchell. According to the information sign, the cottage housed John and Jessie's family of 10 children. Andrew remained... Continue Reading →

A Glow of Daffodils

Historic daffodils at the historic Weatherstons Brewery ruins near Lawrence, New Zealand. Fantastic spring day when we visited, 20 Sept 2020. Clutha District, Otago. Click on any image to enlarge (all 1000-px wide)   Further Information about the location Weatherstons  by Hidden Otago. Weatherstons Brewery and daffodils  via Lawrence Information Centre. also  Weatherstons. Text and... Continue Reading →

Rescue Helicopter

When we arrived at the Weatherstons brewery ruins and daffodils on 20 September 2020, an unfortunate visitor had slipped on the daffodil hillside and injured her ankle. We got to see the rescue chopper arriving, landing and taking off. Weatherstons near Lawrence, Clutha District, New Zealand Click on any photo to enlarge Rescue helicopter coming... Continue Reading →

Daffodil Hill

At last, a lovely fine sunny spring day! Which spurred us into action in the late morning - to head out to Lawrence to view the daffodils at Weatherstons Brewery ruins. We were surprised how many other visitors were there. One poor lady slipped on the hillside and badly fractured her ankle - the Rescue... Continue Reading →

Landing in Daffodils

Today was a beautiful day to see daffodils at the historic Weatherstons Brewery ruins near Lawrence. Sadly a lady slipped on the daffodil hillside and badly fractured her ankle so the Rescue Helicopter arrived to collect her. New Zealand.

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