Time has certainly flown by. Three months without a post! A quarter of a year. From winter to spring. And daylight saving has started for the New Zealand summer. Evenings […]
In the midst of what seems likes weeks of rain – someone recently told me that there was only 3 days so far in July where it hadn’t rained – […]
Live, love, Love!
Well, a goldfinch, leastways. We had a pair visit our garden, bringin a splash of colour into a dismal drab Saturday. I rattled off (quite) a few shots through the […]
The day is done, and just about sleep time to recharge the batteries for the working week starting in about 8 hours time (when the alarm goes off). The radiator […]
The Tui (Prosthemadera novaeseelandiae) is also called the Parson Bird, because of the 2 white feathers on it’s throat. It also has 2 voice boxes, enabling it to produce a […]
With the days shortening and growing colder as we approach winter, we are still lucky enough to have some wonderful sunshine. Here is a regular visitor to our garden – […]
This year, for the first time in a very long time, I joined the tradition New Zealand Boxing Day Exodus – where you head out of town after Christmas and […]