Category Archives: Moeraki

April 14, 2017 … now where was I?

Karitane was a delight, both as a place to stay, and as a place from which to visit other places. I got a year older since I last wrote, and to celebrate, Mary took me to the famous “Fleur’s Place” … Continue reading

Posted in Adventure, Aviation, Catlins, Lakes, Landscapes, Moeraki, Museum, Queenstown, Queenstown, Reflections, Rivers, Weather | 2 Comments

April 29, 2013 … rocks to steam punk

After getting lost in the tiny town of Moeraki the previous night, I enjoyed a good sleep there. Better still, I awoke to a very pretty dawn, though it warned of worse weather to come. This scene of the fishing … Continue reading

Posted in adversity, Architecture, Christchurch, Moeraki, Oamaru | 1 Comment

April 28, 2013 … a surfeit of riches

My apologies for a surfeit of imagery today. This is not because I have delusions of grandeur about my photography, but rather that I saw so many wonderful things in so many different places that I am simply unable to … Continue reading

Posted in Birds, Catlins, Landscapes, Light, Moeraki | 2 Comments