Old Haunts

I seem to have been all over locally in the last week. With springtime ski touring on x/c skis a “happening” thing [a firm snow base with soft on top really suits the narrow skis], but then there are the delights warmer temperatures bring, such as a bush walk at nearby Kidds Bush in Lake Hawea, and then simply the Wanaka lake shore just minutes walk from my door.

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On closing you may find this handy: How best to tie a shoe-lace

About this Like Minds Blog Donald Lousley

Concepts on how New Zealand landscape photography and fine art can be used to stimulate our imaginations to make the world a better and more gentle place. With photos, and some words, we explore with nomadic tendencies and inherited wizardry, all that is New Zealand, and it did not all begin with Lord of the Rings! Cheers Donald Lousley donald@icommunicate.co.nz PS my work site iCommunicate and MacAssist:

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  2 comments for “Old Haunts

  1. October 4, 2011 at 3:18 am

    Kia ora Donald,
    Wonderful world you have to wander and observe e hoa. I always particularly enjoy the way the sunlight filters through the upward leading forest.
    Rangimarie,
    Robb

    • Donald Lousley
      October 4, 2011 at 8:07 am

      Kia ora Robb

      Yes nothing quite like a bit of back-lighting – hard to handle the contrast though.

      Cheers

      Donald

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