The question on everyone’s lips these days is: “Will Rio be ready?” After our visit there in May, I found … Continue reading Ready For Rio?
Published by the New Zealand Herald Travel Magazine, 17th November 2015 “Spooky rock formations make Mark Meredith think of lost … Continue reading The Power of Hoodoo
Richard Wedekind is one of the most original artists at Sculpture OnShore, and his Quarter-acre Weatherboard Paradise is one of his most clever … Continue reading Quarter-acre Weatherboard Paradise
I’ve been experimenting with long exposure photography. By that I mean anything with an exposure time of more than about … Continue reading Stop That Light!!
The west coast of Auckland, in and around the Waitakere Ranges, is a wild and rugged place quite unlike any … Continue reading West Coast Wanderings
There was no alternative but to rise with the sun. That way the photographs would be more interesting, it would … Continue reading Cathedral Cove
It looks like a dream, or part of a fantasy from a Tolkien novel, but it’s the real thing, the … Continue reading Today’s Photo: Pukaki Dreaming
Some people, probably most who don’t play it, find golf boring. That’s understandable. But one of golf’s great attractions — … Continue reading Golf Course Light
Third time lucky. Previous attempts had been obscured by the normal hazards that arise trying to get a clear view … Continue reading Aoraki/Mt Cook National Park
Castle Hill Reserve (Kura Tawhiti) is a landscape straight out of Middle Earth. Peter Jackson used it in his Lord Of … Continue reading Troll Country