Since the girls are currently in Auckland visiting their grandparents, I thought it was slightly overdue that I post these ones of them when we were visiting in January. I don’t usually like blurry photos, but I don’t mind these ones at all.
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Credit for these photos goes to Hayley. Taken on a class trip to Orana Park after a classmate had won a poster competition advertising the new gorilla enclosure.
More photos at: https://www.flickr.com/photos/97210148@N08/albums/72157657352816492
Inspired by reading an article in The Press, we decided it was worth the 90 minute drive from Christchurch. www.stuff.co.nz/travel/destinations/nz/69262577/forgotten-north-canterbury-beach-is-brilliant-at-dawn.html
Napenape was an important place for Māori living in Canterbury, The coast is fringed with spectacular limestone cliffs and the beaches are strewn with limestone boulders.
Click on each of the images to see the full-size photos. And some more photos are at: https://flic.kr/s/aHskhgun6N.
Photos © Dianne MacCormick.
Each year, throughout New Zealand it attracts thousands of high school students performing. These photos are of the Avonside Girls’ High School PolyFest 2015 group.
Photos of last year’s performance are here: https://diannesphotojournal.wordpress.com/2014/04/04/polyfest-2014/
The complete set of photos are on Flickr at: https://www.flickr.com/photos/97210148@N08/sets/72157651077714958/
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