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 →
"The Centennial Milk Bar is the iconic art deco building in Ranfurly. In its heyday it was a bustling place serving hungry passengers from the trains and afternoon teas and icecreams to the locals." ~from centralotagonz.com || Continuing Art Deco 01 that I posted yesterday, this is the main building that fronts the back yard... Continue Reading →
Ranfurly Sacred Heart Catholic Church ~second post. This continues yesterday's post. Central Otago, New Zealand. 12 March 2022.
Suddenly came across bright spots of colour as we walked back to our car in the top area at Dunedin Botanic Garden, New Zealand. These big, bright orange toadstools, were a wonderful surprise.. in a large, grassy, open area where daffodils bloom in spring. First two photos by me and the second two by Nigel.... 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 →
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)