Category Archives: Day’s Bay

May 31, 2017 – still but chill

Winter is almost upon us. So far it has been relatively mild, but Wellington can be deceptive in that regard. Though the thermometer may register as much as six or seven degrees, winter in the area can produce a sense … Continue reading

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December 5, 2013 … posting ad nauseam

This post is a day late. On the other hand, the photographs from the day concerned were deeply disappointing anyway. I was ready to post yesterday but succumbed to a passing bout of feeling unwell, hence the unsubtle heading. Back … Continue reading

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July 13, 2013 … in the mist and rain

Moist and misty is the best way to describe yesterday. I wandered the valley looking for a good vantage point from which to capture the tendrils of cloud or mist that wreathed the Eastern hills. Somehow this brought me to … Continue reading

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May 29, 2013 … lowering the spirits

Make no mistake, I love Wellington. On the other hand, I think the MetService (our weather people) need a new measure for Winter weather in Wellington. I propose the establishment of the Mf (misery factor) which would be a measure … Continue reading

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