Visual Storyteller Series

#8 – A Necklace of Bays

Another bay another great day
Whakatete Bay

line of dots

Shelly Beach sunset
Shelly Beach sunset nearing an end at low tide

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Green grass hills looking towards the sea
On the way to Coromandel township from the Thames coastline

Absolute gems

Strung together

to create the Coromandel Peninsula.

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Another bay

line of dots

Whitianga
Whitianga

line of dots

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

line of dots

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.

Cathedral Cove sunrise

To view more, please feel free to press on the links below:

 #1 – The Boy on the Horse

#2 – Simple Pleasures for Sophisticated People

#3 – School is OUT

#4 – Silence Please

#5 – To be by the Seaside

#6 – Just the Two of US

#7 – A Sense of Belonging

31 thoughts on “#8 – A Necklace of Bays”

  1. We spent my birthday last year in a little place near Whitianga, and went to a fabulous restaurant in Whiti for dinner – Salt. This year I spent it in Canberra doing very sad things. Your pictures bring back a very happy holiday.

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    1. Jo, you have been through some sad times and I am really pleased the post brought back happy memories for you. I think we will need to draw on many good memories and a damned good sense of humour to get us through the next year.

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        1. I just got back from walking around the sports stadium field, around and around I went with no issue at all with social interaction. Utterly boring though did the trick at clocking up a few kms 🙂

          Madness for sure. I have that delight tomorrow!

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            1. Not sure I could walk so far with no music. Though I am always aware what and who is around me. Years of travelling has well tuned my gut instinct for danger. Well, I hope it is still working well 🙂

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    1. Pleased they made a lovely start to your Sunday.

      I took Twitter off, as I wanted to reduce how much Socisl Media I was using. To be honest I never used it often or kept up to date with the screeds of information. In the end I found it tedious and annoying to use. I would rather spend my blogging time reading and commenting on blogs.

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    1. It is a stunning place and it’s alright Donna you don’t have to choose a favourite. It is grand to have numerous photographs to remind us of trips away. I am sure you would have many too.

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