Looking from inside the Auckland Art Gallery onto Kitchener Street.
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They seem to be flowering everywhere, along the roads, by watercourses, in wetlands. Very pretty, and fluffy as a kitten. And a weed. A fast growing tree up to 10 metres high.
On yesterday’s seriously cold morning, the mist drifts across the lake as the sun rises behind the ridge.
A fine afternoon at the Beach.
It has to be one of the most understated welcome signs – maybe a bit like Green Bay itself?
“Where the west begins” at the corner of Portage Road and Godley Road.
Rugby at Shadbolt Park, New Lynn
Last Tuesday afternoon near full tide. A good sized flock of oystercatchers were roosting on the sandbank by Titirangi Beach. Suddenly, on no apparent signal, they lifted off, flying out into Paturoa Bay, turning a few circles, and settling down again. Beautiful.
As the tide came further in, their patch of sand got smaller and smaller, and the march to the shore began.
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While some of us subscribe to the motto “Let us eat cake”, this sentiment is by no means universal. Here is Mrs H’s creative alternative to a birthday cake for our good friend Ingrid.