Sunset in Warea, Taranaki
Three views of Mt. Taranaki/Mt. Egmont on Saturday.
I see many rainbows outside our house and I still love them all
Himalayan strawberry tree that the birds love.
It's that time of year when there are spurts of rain all day and most of the night. Here's my newest favorite raindrop photo from the japanese maple in the garden.
Waka practice at Hamilton
One of several commissioned carving in Wanganui that no longer exists
Unknown company seal on building
In 1931 the lake was created by forming a dam across the valley and submerging 79 acres for power generation.
To protect the steep hillside from eroding, planting was undertaken to protect the pine trees growing in what is now the Mangamahoe Forest.
Public entry to the forest was once restricted until 1990.
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