Rolling Country

On the hill road above Waikoikoi, wrapped silage reflecting the sunset  

Resilient landscapes

This (much longer than usual) post builds on an interview on Maureen Howard's Eco Living in Action on Otago Access Radio   Maureen's blog is here and our discussion is here Resilience and climate change I spent much of the early 90's cycle-touring and one day I saw a very ordinary garden in downtown Anchorage, Alaska... Continue Reading →

Christmas is still happening

When I checked my PO box this morning there was a package from afar. I'd been told there was one coming but NZ post is ... erratic is one way to describe them. Inside were seven of the most gorgeous Italian biscuits - hazelnut and vanilla mmm.  Even the box was special - a circle... Continue Reading →

Spring Roundup

Well it was Spring when I shot these Traveling around the New Zealand countryside one often sees fields with a very even yellowish hue; these fields look out of place among the varied field patchwork so it is worthwhile slowing down for a closer look. When you stop you see the plants in the field... Continue Reading →

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