Reflections of Lines in Squares

Positive spin of my "spring clean" is being distracted.  In a good way.  Like finding and adapting photos that would be suitable for Becky [the Queen of Squares] who has challenged us bloggers to find lines. In Squares naturally. That is the only proper ‘rule’. The grand spring clean has also seen me spending more than… Continue reading Reflections of Lines in Squares

Australia, Travel, Walks

Hiking in Porcupine Gorge National Park

Queensland Roadtrip Part 5 After leaving Hughenden, we had hours of driving on long stretches of road before reaching the turnoff leading to the Gorge.  Finally arriving at the said turnoff, we passed through flat woodlands of typical Australian Eucalypts and Acacias it gave us no hint of the existence of the Gorge, leaving us… Continue reading Hiking in Porcupine Gorge National Park


A Dedicated follower of Lines and Squares

#SundayStills When I started to really think about what images I would include in this post, it dawned on me how much of what we see in our lives are formed by boxes and lines. We literally follow lines wherever we go. Here are a few lasting lines and squares that have stood out for… Continue reading A Dedicated follower of Lines and Squares

Food at the heart of a culture, Life at No.22, New Zealand

Eat like a local: Kai with Soul

Ahhh, food. It is a subject dear to many people's hearts and souls. Especially mine! It brings people together in wonderous and in not so jolly times. Perhaps one feijoa ice-cream at a time. Let me share with you a few snippets about just a few old-style local kai [food] that seems to be still… Continue reading Eat like a local: Kai with Soul

Australia, Road Trips, Travel

Have you been to Yungaburra?

Queensland Roadtrip Pt4 After leaving The Daintree Rainforest area, we headed south and inland. It was a long scenic drive down to the Atherton Tablelands. After making camp in Atherton itself, we were in the centre of most places we wanted to explore. This is the first of many moments we enjoyed in this area.… Continue reading Have you been to Yungaburra?

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 Some folk execute it with words, that come alive the moment you turn… Continue reading A Visual Storyteller #3 – School is OUT

England, Life at No.22, New Zealand

A Blooming Lovely Spring – UK & NZ

The fog is lifting,  flowers are blooming,  birds are twittering, the sun is shining,  windows are opening, with people wondering.  Has Springtime finally arrived?    BLUEBELLS The beauty of a field or clumps of flowers. Is a feast for sore eyes when for years we had the opportunity to wander around the countryside of the… Continue reading A Blooming Lovely Spring – UK & NZ