Category Archives: Greytown

November 16, 2016 … the earth moved and then it rained

It was an ordinary week, to begin with. I went about my business, muttering about the sustained bad weather and looking for things to photograph in such circumstances. On Wednesday, I went into town, prowling. Old St Paul’s caught mu … Continue reading

Posted in adversity, Architecture, Greytown, Manawatu, Maritime, Martinborough, Masterton, Palmerston North, Railway, Rivers, Wairarapa, Weather, Wellington | 2 Comments

August 25, 2015 … fierce wind at altitude

Aimless wandering yesterday got indifferent results. Some interesting low level clouds in the upper valley suggested there might be something worth seeing on the Rimutaka Hill road. There was, but nothing to make a great image with. Once you are … Continue reading

Posted in Adventure, Greytown, Wairarapa | 1 Comment

April 22, 2014 … from an unaccustomed part of the day

Apparently there is a whole world out there before morning coffee. Who knew? I always thought that my coffee at 10am actually caused the day to begin. My natural inclination, if I wake earlier, is to pull the covers up … Continue reading

Posted in Family, Greytown, Hawkes Bay, Napier, sunrise, Sunset | 4 Comments