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South Island / Photo Diary

Christmas and New Years 2014 – 2015

South Island

aaah i love this, so pretty

waiting for my morning coffee in Hanmer Springs

walking around in Hanmer springs… 73 more words


Respect the Mountain

At 3724 metres, Aoraki – or Mount Cook, named after this part of the world’s most famous explorer – is New Zealand’s tallest peak. It stands proudly in Aoraki National Park, an absolutely stunning sight amidst the beautiful mountainous terrain, and dominates the skyline around the small Alpine village that takes it’s name. 514 more words


Spring is finally here!

I know I’ve got quite a few American readers so this will not be very accurate for them seeing they are heading into autumn – the same as my family back home in Sweden. 237 more words


Pyramid Valley, Earth Smoke, Pinot Noir, Waikari, 2012

2012, Pyramid Valley, Earth Smoke Pinot Noir, Waikari NZ: Twilight creeps across the sky shifting the big blue into hues of pink and deep purple. 73 more words


Pyramid Valley, Angel Flower pinot noir, Waikari, 2012

2012, Pyramid Valley, Angel Flower Pinot Noir, Waikari NZNight falls. The stars twinkle and shine bright, like a black, back lit canopy with holes punched in it. 57 more words


Te Whare Ra, Chardonnay, Marlborough, 2014

2014, Chardonnay, Te Whare Ra (TWR), Marlborough: Anna and Jason Flowerday take winegrowing very seriously. After all, it is their livelihood that depends on it. 138 more words

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My goals for September

Earlier this month I posted about my goals for August. Now that August has come to an end I thought it would be a good idea to look back at those goals to see how many of them I actually completed. 429 more words