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Test Post Six

Between the waiting and the arrival is now.

St Clair Esplanade

Another day on the esplanade, it’s 3:05pm and it’s all but empty. People sit in cars, sit in restaurants, sit in cafe’s or hurry between the two as the sun shines but the wind drops the temperature till the fingers are numb.


Between the waiting and the arrival is now – Buy


Test Post Five

Farah Palmer Cup: Otago Spirit v Hawkes Bay (13.10.18)

Going in to the Farah Palmer Cup Championship semi final between the Otago Spirit and Hawkes Bay, both teams held very similar records. Both had a won 4, lost 2 record from six matches, one point separated them on the points table and the points for and against were reasonably close as well. The last time these sides played, Otago won 31 – 12, so it was with interest that I went along to Forsyth Barr Stadium in Dunedin to see the Championship semi final between these teams.

Farah Palmer Cup: Otago Spirit v Hawkes Bay (13.10.18)Kilistina Moata’ane of the Otago Spirit runs through a gap to score the opening try of the Farah Palmer Cup Championship semi final between the Otago Spirit and Hawkes Bay played at Forsyth Barr Stadium in Dunedin, on Saturday 13th October, 2018.  Buy

 

Farah Palmer Cup: Otago Spirit v Hawkes Bay (13.10.18)
Amy Williams of Hawkes Bay throws a long pass to the outside backs during the Farah Palmer Cup Championship semi final between the Otago Spirit and Hawkes Bay played at Forsyth Barr Stadium in Dunedin, on Saturday 13th October, 2018. Buy

 

Farah Palmer Cup: Otago Spirit v Hawkes Bay (13.10.18)
Rosie Buchanan-Brown of the Otago Spirit looks to beat her opposite during the Farah Palmer Cup Championship semi final between the Otago Spirit and Hawkes Bay played at Forsyth Barr Stadium in Dunedin, on Saturday 13th October, 2018. Buy

 

Farah Palmer Cup: Otago Spirit v Hawkes Bay (13.10.18)
Kilistina Moata’ane of the Otago Spirit gets a pass away in a tackle during the Farah Palmer Cup Championship semi final between the Otago Spirit and Hawkes Bay played at Forsyth Barr Stadium in Dunedin, on Saturday 13th October, 2018. Buy

The Otago Spirit defeated Hawkes Bay 34 to 10 and will play the Wellington Pride in the Championship final  in Wellington next weekend.


 

Test Post Four

Test Post Four

Memos From The Sports Desk

To see life; to see the world.
To witness moments that make us laugh, cry, scream and smile; to be aware of what we see with our eyes and our heart; to feel and hear the wind change on a lonely beach and time drift beyond the oceans forgotten shore; to follow moments that vanish from sight yet are remembered forever; to enjoy the company of loved ones; to say hello and goodbye; to discover new sights in space and time; to eyewitness the changing of the seasons; to chase the dancing morning light; to observe and witness incredible stories and treasured moments; to realise the true nature of what we see; to see be amazed, inspired and to inspire others.

Club Football: Southern Championship: Otago University v Caversham (18.08.18).
Football – Buy

 

It’s how we see life,
It’s how we see the world.

Test Post Three

Test Post Three

To see life; to see the world.

To witness moments that make us laugh, cry, scream and smile; to be aware of what we see with our eyes and our heart; to feel and hear the wind change on a lonely beach and time drift beyond the oceans forgotten shore; to follow moments that vanish from sight yet are remembered forever; to enjoy the company of loved ones; to say hello and goodbye; to discover new sights in space and time; to eyewitness the changing of the seasons; to chase the dancing morning light; to observe and witness incredible stories and treasured moments; to realise the true nature of what we see; to see be amazed, inspired and to inspire others.


It’s how we see the world – Buy

It’s how we see life,
It’s how we see the world.

Test Post Two

Another Test Post

To see life; to see the world.

To witness moments that make us laugh, cry, scream and smile; to be aware of what we see with our eyes and our heart; to feel and hear the wind change on a lonely beach and time drift beyond the oceans forgotten shore; to follow moments that vanish from sight yet are remembered forever; to enjoy the company of loved ones; to say hello and goodbye; to discover new sights in space and time; to eyewitness the changing of the seasons; to chase the dancing morning light; to observe and witness incredible stories and treasured moments; to realise the true nature of what we see; to see be amazed, inspired and to inspire others.

Leisure: Surfing (29.09.18)To see life  Buy

It’s how we see life,
It’s how we see the world.

Test Post One

This is a test post.
To see life; to see the world.


And then ending did begin. Buy

To witness moments that make us laugh, cry, scream and smile; to be aware of what we see with our eyes and our heart; to feel and hear the wind change on a lonely beach and time drift beyond the oceans forgotten shore; to follow moments that vanish from sight yet are remembered forever; to enjoy the company of loved ones; to say hello and goodbye; to discover new sights in space and time; to eyewitness the changing of the seasons; to chase the dancing morning light; to observe and witness incredible stories and treasured moments; to realise the true nature of what we see; to see be amazed, inspired and to inspire others.

It’s how we see life,
It’s how we see the world.

Blackhead Beach – Dunedin, New Zealand

18.08.18, 2:55pm – Gone are the storm clouds and low lying rain and all that’s left is clear winter’s day that’s once again full of stories and places.

 


No Limits On The Horizon.

St Clair Beach – Dunedin, New Zealand

18.07.17, 4:00pm – Gone are the storm clouds and low lying rain and all that’s left is clear winter’s day that’s once again full of stories and places.

1807171828No limits on the horizon.

1807171884The light surrounding us.



1807171851Happy times


1807171833Evening waves.

By The Light Of The Moon

Chisholm Park Golf Course – Dunedin, New Zealand

What a spectacular sight the moon was last week from the Dunedin Coastline. All those people who were out and about enjoying an early evening stroll (like me) got a spectacular scene as it came into view. This was how it looked from the Ninth fairway at Chisholm Links Golf Course in Dunedin.

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