Visual Storyteller Series

A Visual Storyteller #3 – School is OUT

Hi Everyone,

It’s that time again, where neighbourhoods across New Zealand are no longer a quiet haven during the week. There is perhaps less routine, just the freedom for creative pursuits and play.

Captured by The Family Photographer and me.

Suz xx

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Some folk execute it with words, that come alive the moment you turn that first page of their book.

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While others share it via sound effects to make you gasp in delight as you wait for their next slice of dialogue.

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More than a few express it by capturing a moment in time with the click of a shutter.

They are a visual storyteller.

School is OUT – Memories of Days gone by.

Mark & Wayne in Pool
Back in the “days”

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Me and Mark
Me and the bro

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Kane and Les
The Squire and our nephew

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The star nieces
Looking after the nieces during the summer holidays

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Boy fishing where is his lifejacket (2)_edited
Captured after my walk up the mount, a random photograph

17 thoughts on “A Visual Storyteller #3 – School is OUT”

  1. Beautiful memories. As we travel constantly and live on the road, Mark and I are happy school is back in session and the destinations are not so crowded anymore. We have learned to deal with weekends, though. 🙂

    Have a happy spring and summer down there!

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    1. Hi Donna, it is busy around the place. More noticeable in the supermarket is the “annoyed” voices of mothers telling their children off for one thing or another. On a positive note there are the ones taking them outdoors with less annoyed voices 🙂

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  2. It’s only a few years since the rhythm of my life was determined by the school year, but these days I’m only aware of kids being on holiday if I head out between 3 and 4pm and there ISN’T a huge traffic jam on the main road.

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