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Some of my favourite pictures.
Our Dec 2018 roadtrip; Installed 1897, 250 steps and still operates with the 1897 Fresnel lens.
Mapua - Marlborough
Uh O! He is alive, and awake.
A Cold Sunset
Named Te Whare Whakamoemiti (The House of Praise) on the outskirts of Raetihi.
Cape Foulwind is a headland on the West Coast of the South Island of New Zealand overlooking the Tasman Sea. Previously named Rocky Cape by Abel Tasman, the present name was bestowed by James Cook in 1770 after his ship Endeavour was blown offshore from this point.
Ollantaytambo, Peru
Tata Beach - Golden Bay
Morning Mist
Marine Parade, Napier.
Wellington Harbour. New Zealand
Pure water. Maybe the purest in the world.
Golden Bay, South Island NZ
Man with a horse, and a point of http:// charming gentleman boasted of receiving over $100,000 worth of tickets for illegally 'parking' his horse & carriage. Fights them all in court, and wins! Why would the police waste their time? Why would he waste his time? Weird.
Please, may we come inside.
Machu Picchu, the hilltop ruins of a large 15th-century Inca city.
Parque Das Aves. The Bird Park at Iguazu Falls. 900 birds from some 130 species, many of them at risk of extinction.
Neglected Church in the mist
The main room of a Settlers cottage. Restored to its early 1800's condition. Akaroa, South Island, New Zealand
Haast Pass, South Island NZ
Clutha River. South Island, New Zealand
This kind lady let me take her photo while she contemplated the view. A local, and a regular visitor to this bench.
Catlins Forest Park Falls were 'flooding' due to heavy rainfalls, the day we viewed.
Parque Das Aves. The Bird Park at Iguazu Falls.
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