Autumn pics from 25 March 2022. Photos 2-4 are native New Zealand plants. The first two photos are from Dunedin Botanic Garden. The last two are 'wild' plants growing above the beach at Ocean View, Dunedin.
Cotoneaster berries and me taking photos of rose hips.. these pics were all taken by Nigel when we were at Lake Roxburgh Village looking around a semi-wild public park on 03 March, i.e. early autumn. Central Otago, New Zealand. These are the last photos from that visit but we've been over that way again today... Continue Reading →
These are more photos from the semi-wild public park at Lake Roxburgh village in Central Otago, New Zealand. They were taken on 03 March 2022 (early autumn in NZ). There are more photos of rose hips from this same park (and same day) in my previous post Bright Nature. Just as a matter of interest... Continue Reading →
Bright rose hips are a lovely feature of Central Otago in autumn and winter. When we visited the semi-wild park at Lake Roxburgh village on 03 March 2022 there were lots of brightly coloured rose hips and it was fantastic to see them! Roses grow wild over much of Central Otago so these bright spots... Continue Reading →
In my last post Conical I showed two photos with berries visible in the shots and today I thought I'd show you photos in which, this time, the berries are the subject. They were adding welcome brightness to the scene, fruits of a large sprawling Cotoneaster that'd spread over a wide expanse of rock. Photos... Continue Reading →
Mostly cones and conifers, and some extras.. berries.. and handsome poplar trees. These beauties all caught my eye when we explored the semi 'wild' public park at Lake Roxburgh village - it was a joy to wander around! We discovered and explored the park on 03 March 2022, early autumn in Central Otago, New Zealand.... Continue Reading →
This bright red lacquer bridge is in the Oamaru public gardens which we popped into on 13 July. The striking red colour was just the ticket after all the awful weather we'd had in Dunedin the day before. And then the next day when we headed out of Oamaru to return to Dunedin, we saw... Continue Reading →
~ can be a bit hard to find sometimes (especially in winter, as we are now) but on 16 June I walked across a bridge at Dunedin Botanic Garden and found this bright, thorny plant covering a large area of bank on the other side. It was very colourful and I took a couple of... Continue Reading →
These are the last photos from Ranfurly, taken during a wander around streets of the town while I was filling in time. They were taken 12/13 March which is early autumn here in New Zealand. Ranfurly is a town in Central Otago.