Tag: snow

  • Spring- not at all. Snow? Yes!

    Last night, around 12:00pm, all hell broke loose. Plonk…plonk…plonk on the roof. Suddenly, the hailstorm burst and hammered down. I had a look but couldn’t see much in the dark. All went quiet, and then some heavy showers were on and off. Just after seven this morning, I opened my curtains and, whala!

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  • Through my window: Snow?

    Last night was stormy with wind gusts over 100km an hour. Heavy showers on and off. Early morning there was silence. I got out of bed, opened the curtain, and this is what I saw. From the main house looking at the same bed and hills. I took Beatrix to school on foot. Flurries of […]

  • Lovely winters morning in Upper Hutt.

    Brrrrrrr, it is/was cold today on my son’s birthday. Snow on the hills after last night’s cold blast passing over us. I took the photos at about 9am this morning while walking Trompie. Halfway some hail fell and we had to take a bit of shelter against a garage door. Lucky for us the wind […]

  • Wordless Wednesday: After heavy rain and snow.

  • Camp NaNoWriMo- July 2020

    Wherever you’re at right now—whether you’re looking forward to diving into a new writing project, building a community of supportive and creative friends, or just spending some time in the world of your imagination—Camp NaNoWriMo’s got you covered.  July 1, I started my writing journey and wrote 692 words. My goal for this month is to […]

  • Snow on the hills

    No wonder the weekend was icy cold. This morning coming back from the shops I saw …

  • Snow on the hills

    Yesterday the weather report said: Snow up to 400 metres. This morning it was rainy and icy cold. Just before 11am, the rain stopped a bit and the clouds lifted. The snow covered hills where I live.

  • Snow on the hill tops.

    I have been looking after a friend’s dogs for 10 days now. Her husband had a stroke and is still in the stroke ward. Today my friend got the good news and her husband was moved to rehab ward. She may now take the dogs with her and visit her husband. I took the following […]

  • Five Photos, five stories : day 2 New Zealand First adventures.

    Rules of Five Photos, Five Stories Challenge require you to post a photo each day for five consecutive days and attach a story to the photo (It can be fiction or non-fiction, a poem or simply a short paragraph) and then nominate another blogger to carry on this challenge. Accepting the challenge is entirely up […]

  • Photography 101: Landscape

    Landscapes generally focus on wide, vast depictions of nature and all of its elements, from formations to weather. In this genre of photography, you won’t find much of a human presence: nature itself is the subject. A focus on nature isn’t mandatory, however — you can capture a sweeping panorama of an entire city, town, […]

  • Welcome note!

    I am starting this blog because my first blog has not much space left. I hope to concentrate more on my photography. My life in New Zealand is an every day adventure and I want to share it in photos. My two older blogs :          http://scrapydo.wordpress.com/           […]