After Dinner

After Dinner is a work by Susan Nunn, viewed at the Community Gallery on Friday 18 January, Dunedin, New Zealand ... an eye-catching and sizable exhibit. Being a non-sewer myself I was incredulous to see a whole table-load of fabric "fast food" and "packaging". This is about contemporary society's acceptance of food and packaging waste... Continue Reading →

Marine at Bluff

Marine regards the ocean, its rhythm and its rhyme, while maritime conducts its business, to be there just in time.* Part of some verse I found that explains the difference in meaning between marine and maritime. It suits this post because the photos show marine murals on old stores buildings of The New Zealand Shipping... Continue Reading →

Coffee Cup and a Gold Car

When you buy a takeaway coffee from Wolf at the Door the container has this wonderful design. Wolf at the Door, 6 Carroll Street, Dunedin, New Zealand.   I LOVE the old-fashioned stained glass door! Completely unrelated but a couple of days ago SO came across this delightful street scene of a gold car with... Continue Reading →

Mobile Food Caravan, Dunedin, New Zealand

Its now Friday morning in New Zealand and this means that Michael (Prema Bakery) parks his caravan on the side of the busy Kaikorai Valley Road near where I live. He makes the most delicious meat pies and assorted other baking such as Belgium Biscuits, Custard Squares, Dutch Twists, etc. I feel so fortunate that... Continue Reading →

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