Tag Archive: postaday

Having A Field Day—The New Zealand A & P Show

Farming as a good day out? It can be some of the best entertainment in New Zealand. NZ remains a largely agricultural society and A &P shows (agriculture and pastoral shows) play an… Continue reading

Top Dog

In New Zealand, where sheep outnumber citizens seven to one, sheep dogs are prized and dog trials are hot competition. Dogs are bred to be either Huntaways and Headers which basically describe their herding tasks. Huntaways are vocal dogs… Continue reading

Sarajevo Summer Showers

Summer showers in Sarajevo in early June make some run. Others bring out umbrellas, some don’t care and for the men playing chess, it doesn’t matter. Shot with Ricoh GRD4.

In Vivid Detail

The devil is in the details at New York’s Fashion Week  Hair, jewelry and shoes—each is a wearable art form which lasts somewhere between the morning shower and next year. But before you… Continue reading

On the Way

On the way,  North Island, NZ In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “On the Way.”

Broken—Life During Wartime

Girls’ Dormitory, Sierra Leone, Civil War 1991-2002 Water Tower, Vukovar, Croatia, Balkan Wars 1991-1995 Timbuktu, Mali 2012—ongoingKidal, Mali 2012—ongoing Stripped for Parts, Nicosia Airport, Cyprus, 1974 Refugees, Liberia, Second Liberian Civil War, 1999—2003 Broken—the detritus of… Continue reading

Four Seasons in Four Corners

Spring, Cyprus Summer, Indonesia Autumn, NZ Winter, NYC Wordless Wednesday

The Old Men and the Sea

Fishing remains a way of life in small Italian ports on the Adriatic Sea. In the early morning in Brindisi, fisherman return to port and work on their boats. The film has a yellow… Continue reading

Enveloped In Fog

  Fog The fog comes on little cat’s feet. It sits looking over harbor and city on silent haunches and then moves on. —Carl Sandburg In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo… Continue reading


Taken at the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh.