Category Archives: Korokoro

January 16, 2015 … from squabbles to stillness

Mary wanted to see the pied-stilt chicks. Thus, my photographic day began at Pauatahanui once more. However, I think I have stretched the pied-stilt kick about as far as possible, so though I got some shots, I turned elsewhere. Near … Continue reading

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November 26, 2012 … “For I am the ruler of all that I see!”*

Nailed it. A competition judge may disagree, find fault, suggest improvements, I don’t care. Tuis are prolific this season, and noisy with it. Perhaps it’s something to do with attracting a mate, but individuals seem to choose a prominent place … Continue reading

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January 16, 2012 … out of wind, but walking anyway.

Walking for pleasure, as well as for exercise is something that happened very late in life for me. When I announced in the days of my previous newsletter that I intended to enter the annual “Round the Bays” walk, I … Continue reading

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