This little guy (or gal) had a friend in a nearby treetop. They seemed quite happy to live with the wild goats.
Labels: cockatoo, nature notes
bright orange canna lilies
sparkling water and sailboats
It has been quite warm lately, which doesn't hurt my feelings at all, and many took advantage in New Plymouth.
Labels: sailboats, scenic weekends, weekly top shot
The TATATM Museum (Taranaki Aviation Transport and Technology Museum, Inc) is full of great things from the past. If you're in the area, I'm sure it would have something that interests you!
I thought they'd look great in black and white.
The big round thing is a speaker made of paper-like material.
They have lots of old machines.
Labels: i love my post, TATATM, weekend in bandw
I bought this pretty plant several years ago because it didn't need a lot of water. I love all the little details of the blossoms and always get excited when it blooms. Some day I will buy more of them, but for now, I am content with the one little plant.
views from the lighthouse
This post is a continuation of an earlier post about the Rutherford Lighthouse Museum. We finally got to climb to the top of the lighthouse and admire the 1850's light along with the view.
Pictures by Hubby
lansdowne presbyterian church
I love the older churches here. They have such personality.
st alban's at taueru
Labels: st albans at taueru
There are very few towns and cities in New Zealand that don't have a clock tower in the middle of town.
Labels: tuesday around the world
bar and hotel on main street
This quaint building in Feliding is a common sight on the high (main) streets of most towns. It's always on a corner and there is usually a bar downstairs with hotel rooms upstairs for weary travelers.
Labels: abc wednesday
white pea hen
waingongoro high dive
river to the ocean
Labels: himmel tina's, nature notes
Lighthouse replica at Warea
When the 160-year-old light was removed from the Cape Egmont Lighthouse, to be replaced with a modern rotating beacon, Len Pentelow set about raising money to build a replica lighthouse for the special Fresnel prismatic light. This replica lighthouse is now a museum. Click here for my previous post about the museum.
Rutherford Lighthouse Museum
The Rutherford Lighthouse Museum at the end of Bayley Road is a specially designed replica lighthouse
housing the 1850’s Fresnil Prismatic Light that powered the Cape Egmont Lighthouse until 1999.
Cape Egmont Lighthouse that is now automated.
Labels: click and submit, lighthouse, museum, warea
Not your normal macro shot
Labels: i heart macro, macro monday
Such a cute face
As cute as this Australian possum is, his kind is responsible for damage to forests and birds.
Labels: our world tuesday, possum
stoney oaks, inglewood
Stoney Oaks Wildlife Park lets you see and pet many unusual creatures.
Baby highland cow
Baby goats that tried to eat my shoe strings!
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