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Untouched cloud porn from the skies above Devonport, Tasmania (October 2012)


23rd August 1813. Decline of a Street.

A tinted pre-war view of the Plymouth, England, Theatre Royal has an antique bus sporting an advert for Moon’s Pianos whose premises later transmogrified into the ubiquitous MacDonalds: a moral for our time. 383 more words


The Seven Year Itch - well and truly scratched.

South Hobart Match Manager and all round handy bloke Noel Clarke was scratching his head yesterday evening, trying to work out how to build on an extension to the trophy cabinet. 1,314 more words

Lazy-ish Sundays in Devonport

Devonport is really something special.

Even before I moved to Auckland, I’d spent quite a lot of time in Devonport. It’s a beautiful, historic part of town with a lot to offer – particularly in the way of views. 372 more words


Plymouth in 1914 - August

What a fateful month – not thought about when Doidges published their yearbook.

This month the calendar, a picture of the St Budeaux rifle club and the start of a terrifying tale set in and around Plymouth Sound!

Grootscholten Family - Sneak Peek!

A few weeks ago we went up to North Head in Devonport to photograph the Grootscholten family and had so much fun!By the time we were finished the kids and myself were covered in mud. 30 more words


Day #14 Fitbit 30,000 step badge with these spectacular views

My day started with a walk up Maungawhau (Mt. Eden in smaller print on the signs*). By mid-day, I was climbing Mt. Victoria across the harbor from Auckland in Devonport, and by evening I had a 4 mile walk RT to the supermarket Countdown to buy some food to take to Tonga. 324 more words