These photos are from Pancake Rocks in the South Island.
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One of the great things about living out in the country with no neighbors is the awesome sky, especially at night.
We wandered around at Hollard Gardens this week for the first time in ages. It was fun to see the color that is still around with our very warm autumn.
my autumn garden
It's the middle of autumn and we are still waiting for cooler weather--don't get me wrong, I am NOT complaining at all! We have had some cool evenings and nights but only had a fire in the fireplace last night for the first time.
The garden thinks it's spring, I think. My camelia has buds, one azalea has two blooms on it, the jasmine keeps blooming now and then, some mini-pokers bloomed a second time. and the rest....well, just look!!
Hubby's latest sunrise.
My latest sunset.
Labels: hubby, nature thursday-DND, snap, sunset
flowers in monochrome
These flowers were photographed in Tupare Gardens not long ago.
I noticed these lovely windows when we were on our holiday,
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mt taranaki moods
It's easy to take in the every-day beauty around you and forget to record it in a photograph, but I did manage to shoot these scenes of Mt Taranaki. With or without clouds and/or snow it's a great sight.
Labels: mt taranaki, scenic weekends, seasons, sunday snap
paradise shelducks in Picton
sailing lessons, picton harbor
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