Last Orders

Escapism from Self-Isolation

Friends and well-wishers gather at Star Fish in Dunedin as a thank you to the departing owners and to share a beer before new management took over in November, 2018.

Looking for a bit escapism during your self-isolation? Spending 300 seconds of it with me getting distracted from reality and procrastinating with these breathtaking images from the beach. An evolving visual narrative, from the beaches of Coastal Otago.

Star Fish – Last Orders 

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Entrance of light

Escapism from Self-Isolation

Surface sunlight streaks through into the sea and illuminates the sand on sea floor during a warm spell of weather in Dunedin, February, 2019.

Looking for a bit escapism during your self-isolation? Spending 300 seconds of it with me getting distracted from reality and procrastinating with these breathtaking images from the beach. An evolving visual narrative, from the beaches of Coastal Otago.

Entrance of light 

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Into the Sea of Fury

Escapism from Self-Isolation

A surfer waits for the waves to shift and for an access point into the surf during a Southerly blast that pasted at St Clair Beach, Dunedin in October, 2018.

The Lockdown: Travel Restrictions

Many people have been seeking clarification over what they can and can’t do during the lockdown over the next month. Can you go surfing? Police Commissioner Mike Bush has stated that no-one should be driving anywhere other than for essential reasons like buying food and medicine. That means no surfing, Read more on Surfing NZ

Looking for a bit escapism during your self-isolation? Spending 300 seconds of it with me getting distracted from reality and procrastinating with these breathtaking images from the beach. An evolving visual narrative, from the beaches of Coastal Otago.

Into the sea of fury 

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In Silent Colour

Escapism from Self-Isolation

Cordyline australis, commonly known as the cabbage tree is silhouetted in a colourful morning as viewed from the St Clair Esplanade, Dunedin in October, 2017.

Looking for a bit escapism during your self-isolation? Spending 300 seconds of it with me getting distracted from reality and procrastinating with these breathtaking images from the beach. An evolving visual narrative, from the beaches of Coastal Otago.

In silent colour 

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A Blackhead Afternoon

Blackhead Beach and Strange Skies

Today’s escapism is spread across Blackhead Beach and St Clair. I spent a couple of hours tripping around a few spots between Blackhead Beach and St Clair to see what I could find on Saturday afternoon. The result was a few surfing photos which I’ll post over the next few days.

How strange were the skies over Dunedin and Otago on Saturday? Smoke from a massive scrub and tussock fire near Middlemarch in Central Otago spread over the city leaving a strange reddish brown hazy over in the sky.

Your 300 Seconds of Daily Escapism 

Need a bit of  escapism in your day? Spend 300 seconds getting distracted from reality and procrastinating with these breathtaking images from the beach. All today’s shots are from Sunday afternoon on the Esplanade.

St Kilda Beach/Lawyers Head. – Buy Image

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Moody Sunday

What moody day it turned into yesterday once the clouds started to roll in from the south. By the time I was wandering around St Clair in late afternoon, the temperature had significantly dropped and a fair wind was picking up.

Your 300 Seconds of Daily Escapism 

Need a bit of  escapism in your day? Spend 300 seconds getting distracted from reality and procrastinating with these breathtaking images from the beach. All today’s shots are from Sunday afternoon on the Esplanade.

Tho each colour had a story. – Buy Image

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