Magic in an Aviary

The aviary is part of Queens Park, Invercargill (Southland, New Zealand) but you feel like it's in a little world of its own. To enter you cross a bridge over water, creating distance from the rest of the gardens.. and inside there's magic if you want to find it. All photos by Nigel except the... Continue Reading →

Tansy and Apple Mint

We love to visit the herb garden at the botanic garden in Dunedin. It's big with stone paths to wander along and lots of plants to admire; wonderful place to just relax, enjoy, and learn about the different herbs. Photos by Liz, 05 March 2019. New Zealand Herb Garden at Dunedin Botanic Garden Bright yellow... Continue Reading →

Aronui Dam at Alexandra

Yesterday on our way home to Gore from Queenstown via Central Otago we bypassed Alexandra. Before leaving the area, I asked Nigel to turn part-way toward Alexandra as I wanted to find something I'd read about called Jolendale Park, on a side road. We found the park and had a look around - its a... Continue Reading →

Fortrose: Part Four

While wandering along the beach from the old jetty piles to the road, we'd had a good look at the upper foreshore area with its piles of driftwood, pretty water-worn pebbles and shells, bits of pink seaweed, and various human interventions - some nice and some not so nice. Fortrose:  Part One  |  Part Two ... Continue Reading →

Stripes of Coloured Lanterns

The climb to the covered Buddha at Seokguram. This photo was taken by Damien B. Donnelly who has recently returned from a visit to South Korea; the photo is used here with permission.

Golden ash tree in Dunedin Botanic Garden, New Zealand. Photo taken by Nigel 29 Mar 2018, mid-afternoon. March is autumn in New Zealand.

Garden Elements at Larnach

The Laburnum Tunnel at Larnach wasn't the only thing that caught our attention on Saturday. Here are some other photos from the same visit that I'd like to share with you... These young Wedding Cake Trees are right by the carpark. It was late afternoon when we left and the sun was very bright. Much... Continue Reading →

The Tower Stairs

  Today I present a photo taken by a photographer whose work I admire very much. His name is Lignum Draco. He's been posting photo articles about his recent trip to Cuba and this photo particularly caught my attention. I'm pleased to share it here with his permission.   Photo by Lignum Draco   "Centrally... Continue Reading →

REBLOG: The Most Colorful Steps Around The World

REBLOG: Really enjoyed this post from Flow Art Station showing beautiful street art steps in various locations. My personal favourite was the fish swimming on blue steps in Seoul, Korea. By following the credits I found what appears to be the original article at Bored Panda.

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16th Avenue Tiled Steps, San Francisco

Image credits: yellofish

16th Avenue Tiled Steps, San Francisco

Image credits: Jordan Wong

Philadelphia Museum of Art

Image credits: rleigh

Valparaíso, Chile

Image credits: oueduabroad

Seoul, South Korea

Image credits: Kevin Lowry

Wuppertal, Germany

Image credits: frizztext

Sicily, Italy

Image credits: Andrea Annaloro

Rio de Janeiro, Brasil

Image credits: jr-art.net

Beirut, Lebanon

Image credits: Jubran E. Elias

Stairs to the musical theater in Seoul, South Korea

Image credits: Kimhwan SEOULIST

Stairs of Peace in Syria

Image credits: Jood Voluntary Team

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Image credits: justin-travels

Angers, FranceI

image credits: Mademoiselle Maurice

Istanbul, Turke

Image credits: DHA

creative-stairs-street-art-60 Morlaix, France

Image credits: ZAG

creative-stairs-street-art-61 Tehran, Iran

Image credits: farsizaban

Beirut, Lebanon

Image credits: Dihzahyners Project

Valparaíso, Chile

Image credits: Jean-BaptisteYunis

The Most Colorful Steps Around The World

There are many forms of street art out there, but those that create optical illusions or that can only…

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