Northland Field Days March 2007 visit to the Northland Field Days at Dargaville Racecourse Clydesdales hauling wagon Clydesdales hauling wagon Clydesdales hauling wagon Band performing country music Tractor using a Kuhn HR 5003 DR 5 meter hydraulic folding power Tractors smoothing harrowed ground ready for next harrowing demo Having fun
Wrights Watergardens A stunning and picturesque watergarden located 45 minutes south of Auckland city at Patumahoe. Ponds, colourful gardens and winding pathways surround the iconic Mauku Waterfall. The garden is a great location for day visits, retreats, weddings and special occasions. Wrights Watergardens, Patumahoe. Water lilies Water lilies Water lilies
Walls Of Kaikohe A look at some of the wall art murals around Kaikohe. Please respect the copyright of the original artists and do not take any of these images for use anywhere. Wall art mural on old Kaikohe Hotel Kaikohe Wall of Fame plaque Hone Heke, and Dame Whina
Muriwai Gannet Colony Muriwai beach Motutara island – gannet nesting colony Motutara island – gannet nesting colony Information sign at the Gannet colony Gannet nesting colony on the mainland Gannet nesting colony – Muriwai Muriwai gannet colony Gannet nesting colony on the mainland Looking south from the gannet colony Gannets
Photos taken at the Kauri Museum, Matakohe, Open Day, September 2008. A kauri log on a cart. Kauri Museum Matakohe kauri log Kauri log that started life in 1100. Steam powered winch used to haul logs. Steam powered winch used to haul logs. Caterpillar 60 tractor, 1929 Caterpillar 60 tractor,
This post has been prompted by a video I watched this morning from Kim Grant about how things change in the landscape.I have quite a few photos taken over the years that show changes in places but a few that I felt showed some dramatic changes are of Karekare Beach at Auckland’s west coast.
While visiting my family in Auckland for Christmas we went for a walk through a bush track down to Kendall Bay on Auckland’s North Shore. Quite a steep track but good for working off the extra Christmas food. Again, could be that I have eaten too much anyway. Kendall Bay,
Over recent years many of the walls in Kaikohe have been decorated with paintings.
The featured image of the painting on the wall of the old Kaikohe Hotel was the first major artwork done in Kaikohe back in 2013 but has since been lost as the hotel was demolished a year later.