Bridge over Rocky Mountaineer railway.
Sydney Harbour Bridge.
Auckland Harbour Bridge,
…and by night.
The remnants of Misery Creek Bridge.
Was in one piece until
the background tree fell on it.
A new bridge in Botswana’s
One of my all time favourite bridges
from my school days.
The Bridge of Sighs.
Melbourne’s West Gate Bridge.
West Gate again.
Photos from all over.
Auckland Harbour Bridge
Het Zand Square Fountain,
street lights along
Het Zand Square,
Lights were turned on at
approximately 2150 hours,
early June, 2017.
Sunset somewhere in the
Some unexpected moments
to Point Lonsdale for a sunrise shoot last March.
Expectations were high.
Results were low.
And after being blown around by a chilly breeze
I decided to pack my gear away and head home.
I had walked about a quarter of the way
back along the pier
when this rainbow appeared above the lighthouse.
I had no more than two minutes
to grab a camera and capture some images…
then it was gone as quickly as it appeared.
Also this time last year I had no idea we would
celebrate our Wedding Anniversary with
First Class Dining in a private cabin
aboard the Q Train.
June in Canada and we did not expect
to experience falling snow….even on
the Columbia Icefield.
This time last year we did expect a trip
to Auckland for an engagement party.
However, a wedding date had not been settled upon
and so our September/October trip
back (to New Zealand) for the
wedding of Number 1 Son
to Number 2 Daughter-in-Law
was unexpected but enjoyable.
I always find it fascinating to sit and…
…watch the movements outside at an airport.
In this case it was Auckland nearly 12 months ago.
Cruising the Swan River in Western Australia.
Viewing some expensive real estate.
Inside looking out…and…
…outside looking in.
It is the same window.
My favorite ‘window’ shot from last year.
The view out our Matmata BnB in New Zealand. 🙂
Matamata is near the Hobbit Movie Set
We had probably the busiest year we will ever have in 2018.Late February we spent a weekend in Auckland
to celebrate the engagement of
our eldest son to his bride to be.
In June we were blessed with falling snow while
visiting the Columbia Icefield and Athabasca Glacier.
Most of us had not seen falling snow ever,
so a real delight.
A week or so later while cruising the Inside Passage
during our stop at Juneau we flew
onto the Mendenhall Glacier to visit the huskies
and have a rife in a sled.
We hardly seemed to be home
to be made for our road trip in New Zealand
prior to our son’s wedding.
A Māori Hāngī at the
Whakarewarewa Māori Village in Rotorua…
…and a visit to the Hobbit Movie Set at Matamata,
…were preludes to the big day.
The next morning back at
Auckland International Airport
for our flight home.