Monthly Archives: January 2010

142 – The bubble

142 – The bubble

One of the great things about Wellington is the way the harbour is such a part of the landscape. Townscape. Those of us who work …

 

141 – Under the knife

141 – Under the knife

Surgeons must be very careful When they take the knife! Underneath their fine incisions Stirs the Culprit – Life! — Emily Dickinson For 28 days my family has been counting …

 

141 – Victoriana

141 – Victoriana

Tuberous begonia flowers have a kind of Victorian atmosphere about them. I think it’s their delicate layer upon layer of petals – in this case …

 

140 – My way

140 – My way

Being able to park in tight spaces is something you have to learn when you live in Wellington. Our city is very hilly, has very …

 

140 – Looking up

140 – Looking up

Your life will be no better than the plans you make, and the action you take. You are the architect and builder of your own …

 

139 – Seeing the light

139 – Seeing the light

People often say that this or that person has not yet found himself. But the self is not something one finds, it is something …

 

139 – The pawpaw patch

139 – The pawpaw patch

I couldn’t believe it! Pawpaws – growing in Wellington! Unbelievable! I love pawpaws – the yellow skinned, honey-gold fleshed fruit; the toothy leathery leaves, the …

 

138 – Strangers No More

138 – Strangers No More

Seven days ago we arrived strangers. After being challenged, photographing only each other and a lot of critiquing … something happened. We discovered new perspectives of each …

 

138 – The best intentions…

138 – The best intentions…

I’m driving in the driveway, and from the gate I start to feel sick. I can see a new tap attached to the front of …

 

137 – Surrounded by creativity

137 – Surrounded by creativity

Today we had an opportunity to get an insight into what other participants of the Wanganui Summer School of the Arts have been doing …