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Tag Archives: Summer
When the neighbour’s dog had barked non-stop for 50 minutes today I picked up my camera and headed to Pauatahanui for some peace and quiet and some fresh air. Our long fine summer continues and the sky was intensely blue … Continue reading
Much of my country is in a state of drought. My garden is very thirsty. But in the bush there are always lovely plants that speak of damp, refreshment, coolness and green.
The whole country is very, very dry with drought conditions in many places. Rain is desperately needed by people who farm the land and who grow plants. I am watering my vegies and plants on a daily basis and further … Continue reading
Here is another beach that I live near. Titahi Bay is a little south of Plimmerton. Lots of people(and dogs) were enjoying the summer conditions there today.
Yesterday dawned hot and sunny again! We had a mid afternoon pick up from the airport to do so we packed a picnic lunch and headed to Oriental Bay. As it turned out we joined many thousands of others who … Continue reading
While I was at the beach yesterday I took these photos. Plants are dry right now and many flowers are not looking their best after howling winds, humidity and low rain fall have done their damage. But Pelargoniums and Geraniums … Continue reading
In theory we get summer weather here when large, slow moving high pressure weather systems move over the Tasman Sea and settle above our small homeland. This seasons such systems have been very rare. The good news for us is … Continue reading