Monthly Archives: June 2018

June 26, 2018 … and still it goes

With a very few exceptions, in the last week or so, we have been experiencing Wellington’s version of winter. That translates as heavy overcast, strong wind, interspersed with rain or occasionally hail. We rarely get snow, but some of our … Continue reading

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June 19, 2018 … just having fun

Some of my former colleagues have described me as a poster-child for the joys of retirement. They allege that they can see my grin long before they see me. Now I experience a full range human emotions, ranging from extreme … Continue reading

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June 11, 2018 … almost to the tipping point

The Winter solstice is always welcome as a sign that summer is on its way. Of course there is a lot of winter’s weather yet to come, but we know that the days will get progressively longer. Just ten more … Continue reading

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June 1, 2018 … challenging every shot

It may be an illusion, but I seem to be making progress. Whether or not that is so, I continue to enjoy the process. This edition begins with a macro shot to fill in a wet and stormy day. Mary … Continue reading

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