This is the most amazingly floor, which I found accidentally in Melbourne’s National Gallery of Victoria or the NGV as it’s referred too. I was actually hoping to see the massive stain glass ceiling they have there but unfortunately it was closed for a private function by Dior so I wasn’t allowed in. Instead I went up to the first floor to get a better view of this fantastic floor that they have. Isn’t it hypnotic!I found that I could stare at it for ages and see all sorts of shapes and patterns in it.
The Coolest Floor In Melbourne – Tiptoe where the flowers are in bloom.
The Dunedin peninsula has some fabulous stone walls on it that date all the way back to the days of the first settlers. They break up the land like a jigsaw and while some have fallen down, there’s still a large number that are standing, which is fairly impressive considering how exposed to the elements some of the walls are. If you go exploring for them you’ll need to remember that they are on private land and farms, especially around lambing time. Fortunately, this track is open to the public throughout the whole year.
Dunedin At Dusk – Silent I hover all the evening dusk.
People, images and action from the representative match between Otago Sassenachs Colts v Cantabrians Colts played at Kettle Park in Dunedin, on Saturday, August 26th 2017. Photo: John Caswell/Caswell Image
15.08.17, 5:21pm – I took this last week at the end of a run of days with warm temperatures that reached into the teens. On the day I took this, It was already 10 degrees by 7am in the morning, which for Dunedin in August is pretty pleasant.
The break of Lower Trestles in San Clemente, California will host the world’s best surfers for the Swatch Pro, Stop No. 7 of 10 on the World Surf League (WSL) Championship Tour (CT), starting September 6 and running through September 17, 2017.
The World Surf League Asia region completed an exciting Qualifying Series event in Indonesia over the weekend. The Hello Pacitan Pro 2017 QS1,000 event was held on the rugged coast of East Java in the small town of Watu Karung, which is an hours drive from Pacitan.
The annual Boardmasters Festival finished recently in Cornwall, England. Held over four days through August, the event is a combination of live music, surfing and skateboarding competitions in and around the town of Newquay on the Cornish coast.
The Quiksilver Men’s Open was won by Austalian Lliam Mortensen while to New Zealand’s Ella Williams took out the Roxy Women’s Open for 2017
Video courtesy of the World Surfing League
Highlights: QS World Surfing League
Whangamata surfer Ella Williams has won the Roxy Pro QS1000 at the Boardmasters in England. The current New Zealand Women’s Champion won the title over the Australian pair of Mikaela Greene and Claire Bevilacqua while Argentinan Josefina Ane was fourth. Ella Williams is competing in the World Surf League qualifying tour where she has placed consistently in the Top 30.
Elliot Paerata-Reid of Piha has finished fifth at the Hello Pacitan Pro (QS1000) held in Java last week. Elliot made it through the quarter finals before being beaten by eventual winner Rio Waida from Indonesia. In their quarter final Paerata-Reid’s s two best waves recorded him a score of 4.65 while Waida finished with a total of 13.50.
Highlights – Highlanders regional semi final; Otago Boys High School 1st XV v Kings High School 1st XV
Otago Boys High School 1st XV have beaten Kings High School 1st XV to win the Highlanders regional First XV semi final played at Littlebourne in Dunedin this afternoon. Otago Boys High School will now face defending champions Southland Boys High School 1st XV next Saturday in the Highlanders Highlanders regional First XV final in Invercargill
Otago Boys High School built a health 29 – 5 halftime led thanks to a powerful forward pack and extended it in the second half to secure a 44 – 12 win in fine but muddy conditions at Littlebourne (Otago Boys High School).