Autumn. Whisky Gully Reserve, Tapanui, West Otago ~15 April 2022. New Zealand
~are benefits of an excellent Botanic Garden! Whenever we're in Dunedin we stay near the Botanic Garden and spend as much time there as we can. These are four photos I shared on Twitter recently for a Botanic Gardens appreciation theme, showing they're much valued by Nigel for information and inspiration in his work as... Continue Reading →
Walking through the native area at Dunedin Botanic Garden on 04 April, I stopped and stared when I saw these Olearia leaves. They're so lovely and crinkly, and remind me of crinkle-cut fries! I'm not sure which species of Olearia.. paniculata, albida, angulata ??? ~they all look much the same to me 😀 New Zealand.... 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.
Photos of the railway station in the town of Ranfurly in Central Otago, New Zealand taken 12 March 2022. In one of the photos you'll see plenty of bike racks ~although no trains arrive anymore, many cyclists enjoy a refreshment stop here while doing the extremely popular Central Otago Rail Trail. Click on any photo... 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, Central Otago, New Zealand. Photos taken 12 and 13 March 2022. Painting signature: 'Anne Neilson 05'; and an art deco gate across the street - the back yard of a fabulously restored art deco building. New Zealand. I'll show you the photos of the main building in a separate post, it's a beauty! Text... Continue Reading →
In need of spiritual and mental refreshment today I searched Bishop Jake's blog for "life is messy" knowing I'd get results to go with photos I'd already selected; the two photos below were taken at Dunedin Botanic Garden, New Zealand on 07 May 2022.
These pics were taken at Bannerman Park, Gore on a bright afternoon in the height of summer. Southland, New Zealand. 16 January 2022.
Lovely red apples on a private property on the outer edge of town in Ranfurly, Central Otago. I enjoyed a wander around the town while Nigel was out in a rural area on a client visit. 13 March. New Zealand.
This Australian tree has the cutest, scented yellow flowers and produces a very neat package of seeds for autumn (judging by this pod which is the first I've seen). Another plant for which I've previously posted flower photos, then revisited on 07 May to see what became of them. This particular tree is just small... Continue Reading →