Hard Line (Or Not)

If you describe someone's policy or attitude as hard-line, you mean that it is strict or extreme, and that they refuse to change it. --Collins English Dictionary. 'lines' photos taken by Nigel on 30 March 2020. Tapanui, West Otago, New Zealand. On that day we were getting some fresh air and exercise, wandering around on... Continue Reading →

Moa Footprints On Display

In March this year a farm worker taking dogs for a swim, found moa footprints under the water of the Kyeburn River in Central Otago. For the record, his name is Michael Johnston. We owe him big time for being so observant and ensuring that his find was properly investigated by those with the knowledge... Continue Reading →

Footprints of a Moa

Moa footprints, Kye Burn River, Central Otago, NZ. See my post Moa Footprints Discovery for info. Image credit: Kane Fleury, Otago Museum Collection. © Otago Museum

Which Way: Oamaru Railway

My introduction to Oamaru starts from an unlikely place, the old railway station. Others would no doubt start with the whitestone buildings, the Victorian precinct, the penguins, steampunk. But I want to start from the sea alongside which the railroad runs, boundary between town and seafront. This area feels forgotten, situated at the "back" of... Continue Reading →

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