Seen today in Stratford (the lesser-known one in Taranaki). Image Su Leslie 2019
One Word Sunday | famous — hosted by Debbie at Travel with Intent
I wish I’d been brave enough to say this to clients this; it’s spot-on.
I’m joining Sarah at Art Expedition in taking part in the Seven Day Black & White Photo Challenge.
The rules are:
Seven days. Seven black & white photos of your life. No people. No explanations. Challenge someone new everyday.
Rather than challenging any individual, I’m issuing an open challenge. Who else will join in?
There is a hint of autumn in the air. Auckland’s oppressive humidity has disappeared and I feel invigorated enough for long walks.
The Atiu Creek Regional Park covers over 800 hectares of bush, farm and wetlands north of Auckland with walking, cycling and horse-trekking trails criss crossing the landscape.
The park was gifted to Auckland in 2006 by owners Pierre and Jackie Chatelanat, who wanted to protect it from development and allow people to enjoy its beauty.
Views from atop the parks many hills are panoramic and stunning.