The good folk at Face and Body have a way with words. I am clearly not part of their target demographic, even if we allow for facial hair …
July 21, 2016
July 17, 2016
I found Pinocchios in all sizes, and even a spare nose, at Passion for Paper in Parnell.
July 4, 2016
… or something about yeast…
Seen yesterday morning at the top of Mount Atkinson, Titirangi, after a pretty chilly night.
July 1, 2016
“Look Down!” commands the City Daily Photo theme for July. This is what I saw — just don’t tell me I have a foot fetish!
Below: even the swans at Western Springs are looking down!
Find more contributions to the theme here.
June 27, 2016
At the Titirangi Sunday Market: inside the Titirangi War Memorial Hall, sheltered from the on/off showers outside. Sitting at a table, sipping a miso soup, listening to Maria’s flamenco guitar – and looking up to the stage where tasting jars of sweet and savoury preserves beckon (together with a surfeit of apostrophy’s).
You can “Look Down!” on Friday (theme day).
March 9, 2016
Enjoying the Harbourview Sculpture Trail. (There is a sculpture entitled “flowerpower” right behind me – but I got distracted…)
February 14, 2016
Subtle hints at the Woodlands Park roundabout, more forceful message at Face&Body…
Happy Valentines Day.
Or if you are not romantically inclined, you may want to visit the Heart Foundation.
February 10, 2016
Was it the genius of the artist or of the curator’s sense of humour that made me see faces all over the wall?
Merit award at the Portage Ceramic Awards 2015 (at Te Uru): “Too Many Surgeons” by Virginia Leonard (clay and mixed media).