Monthly Archives: January 2019

January 26, 2019 … missed opportunities

The week just ended was an odd one. I had a lot of opportunities that, in my assessment, I failed to use to best advantage. I think I need to take more time at each site and each opportunity. I … Continue reading

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January 19, 2019 … Wellington, my “TÅ«rangawaewae”

I love the Maori concept of TÅ«rangawaewae. Literally, it translates as the standing place on which you plant yourself. More specifically, it is the place of special significance to you, the place of empowerment, your place in the world. A … Continue reading

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January 10, 2019 … into the new year

Somehow, the festive season is far behind us already. We are several weeks beyond the summer solstice and there is, as yet, little sign of a sustained summer. There have been days here and there that have offered photographic opportunity, … Continue reading

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January 03, 2019 … the road goes ever on and on*

Happy New Year to all my readers, and especially to those who have been with me for so long. The WYSIWYG identity has gone through a number of evolutions since I first used it in 1993. I hope to make … Continue reading

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