Time to get my blog going again after a (very ) prolonged hiatus!
Our first anniversary of moving to Te Anau is coming up fast, we have almost completed all the planned property modifications, and our dog has had her first birthday, so now overdue time to tidy up my website and start sharing again :)
This a view glimpsed on an enjoyable walk along the shore of Lake Manapouri with the dog today. And, yes- it has had a bit of software wizardry added
As 'everyone' has a good time (or pretends to anyway) thoughts are very much with those who have lost their homes in fires. No happy holiday plans for them :(
After a couple of spring-like days, winter seems to have revisited - oh well - time to hunker down, just like the daisies
One of those images that has failed totally in competitions - and yet - it speaks volumes to me (also looks great framed on my wall!)
I love trees and to me they are the 'mother-ship' of our world: without trees where would we be?
One evening while wandering in the golden hour, I waved my camera around and came up with this...
I see a ship with light shining through - but heading for darker waters..... I hope not... but, but I think we all need to do what we can for our precious 'mother-ship'
went out looking for black fantails and came across this chap!
Couldn't get close to him (no hide!) -so this is a massive crop of the initial image - but he did pose nicely for me - for 3 sec ;)
What happens when one has a lo-o-o-o-ng to-do list , but starts playing with workshop images instead (from PSNZ NatCon in Lower Hutt this year)
Author Barbara Lee
Lives in Te Anau, NZ with husband Bill Lee and Islay the dog.