Tag Archive: Photography

Pure NZ

100% Pure New Zealand is a marketing slogan has been used to promote New Zealand around he world since 1999. We found it washed up on a remote beach on the North Island. Oh… Continue reading

Spare—Sudan from the Air

Sudanese village from the air. Spare and sparse. For more terrestrial and intimate views of Sudan, try these posts: Weekly Photo Challenge: Street Life, Sudan People and Landscapes of The Sahel Weekly Photo… Continue reading

Future—A Change Is Going to Come

After a mild winter we were sure that spring would be early, but winter is holding on with its cold clammy hands. Right now, the future means the spring. All we have are the irrepressible… Continue reading


  Cemeteries are juxtapositions: places where time has ceased to matter to those who are there, but places where time is very clearly marked and important to those who visit. Māori consider that… Continue reading

Worldwide Window Wednesday

It’s Worldwide Window Wednesday today. Our favorite window shots are ones that reflect back and give the viewer a two for one vista. Roll over the images to see where they were taken. Bon… Continue reading

A Rainbow In Winter

Taken at the Boston ICA, 2014 In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “ROY G. BIV.”

Simply Divine

New Zealand’s rural churches are humble, simple and plain. Sitting surrounded by fields and farmland,  country church architecture ranges from basic “shed” to “Carpenter Gothic” in style. Timber is the primary building material, a one room plan gives… Continue reading

Orange Is The New Black

In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Orange you glad it’s photo challenge time?.”

Country Church, Kutarere, NZ

Summer Snaps, NZ