Category Archives: Trentham

February 5, 2014 … early start, late finish

Hammering on the door while I was still drowsily in my bed began the bizarre day. I answered the door in my pyjamas and it was the tradesmen from next door letting me know that they had a load of … Continue reading

Posted in Architecture, Camera club, Light, Machinery, Trees, Trentham | 1 Comment

February 3, 2014 … out for a spin

Variety was yesterday’s flavour. I began at the Trentham racecourse where there was a show of American muscle cars. I expected polished cars and lots of chrome. That was there in abundance, but I felt out of place amongst the … Continue reading

Posted in Cars, Lower Hutt, Machinery, Railway, Reflections, Silverstream, Trentham | 1 Comment

November 19, 2013 … white ribbon special

Being surrounded by scary looking people with shaggy beards, dark glasses, helmets, heavy boots and black leathers with “gang patches” can be intimidating. Not these guys. Though they had all the trappings of gang culture, and huge noisy motorbikes, they … Continue reading

Posted in Machinery, Silverstream, Social, Trentham, Upper Hutt, Vehicles | 3 Comments

October 23, 2013 … wandering in the wet

Apologies. I wrote this on time, saved it in draft and then forgot to post it, so it’s a day late. The photos were taken on schedule, though.  In wet weather, I went looking for images yesterday. My wandering took … Continue reading

Posted in Light, Masterton, Railway, Trentham, Weather | 2 Comments

July 1, 2013 … mixed emotions

Bright morning, no wind, and a trip to the inlet was imperative. Eventually, I must break this linkage. As much as I love the birds, I need to be more versatile. However, that is what was on the menu yesterday. … Continue reading

Posted in Aviation, Birds, hobbies, Trentham | 1 Comment