Mainly West of Queen Street - seen through my lens

Month: April 2016 (Page 2 of 3)

How Many?

Crowded

Crowded

Large mirror wall and a crowd on a travelator. How many people?

Two Double Seven, Newmarket.…

At the Festival

Procession

Procession

Last weekend was the Titirangi Festival, with its traditional afternoon of music and entertainment in and around the village square. A few impressions from a couple of hours early in the afternoon.

Blowing his Trumpet

Blowing his Trumpet

Everybody joins in

Everybody joins in

Percussion

Percussion

Groundlings and More

Peter (Paul Willis) and Musicians

Peter (Paul Willis) and Musicians

Last night we saw Romeo and Juliet at the Popup Globe. Our son Christoph had shouted us prime seats (they still were quite hard though…), giving us excellent view of the proceedings. Spare a thought for the “groundlings” – standing room only in the pit – the attraction being the even closer proximity to the action, even getting roped into the story, not to mention the price ($15, or $10 on the night).…

Former Post Office, Onehunga

Former Post Office, Onehunga

Former Post Office, Onehunga

This stone building was opened in 1902 as the post office of the borough of Onehunga, serving in this role for 70 years. Nowadays it is a Columbus Coffee House. Great to sit under the trees out the back on a fine day!…

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