February 12, 2007


It was a very busy weekend. They're a scarce commodity at the moment. More soon.

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Blogger harvestbird said...

Oh, purdy!

11:19 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Waipara over near Dannevirke way (sorry, am vague on geography)? You know, that's where our Momma was born and lived. She was a primary teacher and used to ride a horse to school. Is this where you are?
Love Katy

9:06 AM  
Blogger Jessie said...

Hi Katy! No, it's Waipara in North Canterbury.

8:23 PM  
Blogger owens valley tomatohead said...

It's nice to see that it hasn't gone all wineries and developments since we stayed there in '98.

Hope you are recoverin'.

11:01 PM  
Blogger Jessie said...

I am almost recovered! In time for this weekend's travels - to New Plymouth and Katikati.

Katy, are you thinking of Waipawa?

12:08 AM  
Anonymous Samuel said...

Jessie i have to say that your photos always have very pretty skies. Better than the skies i see with my eyes.

4:19 AM  
Anonymous taryn said...

oooh it looks dry and hot :-) i miss nz summers.
please keep an eye out for toilet graffiti!
and, have you registered for glastonbury?

12:30 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Um, doh, probably, Waipara/Waipawa, is there really a difference? (Thus demonstrating how CRAP I am at geography and also how crap I am generally.) I did think you had covered a lot of ground from Queenstown-ish to near Dannevirke-ish since your last post... Katy

2:56 PM  
Anonymous Jimmy said...

There is no Waipara over near Dannevirke. And in fact, Waipawa isn't really near Dannevirke either.

Case in point - Waipawa is in Central Hawkes Bay. Whereas (despite misconceptions) Dannevirke is in Southern Hawkes Bay.

I know many more facts about Waipawa and its surrounds, but I don't think anybody needs me to share them ;-)

7:28 PM  
Blogger James said...

Jessie does take fantastic pictures. Maybe she has a polarising lens? One of my old cameras had one, an the skies always seemed bluer. Or maybe that's just nostalgia for a camera with film :)

3:42 AM  
Blogger Jessie said...

Hi James, it's a Canon Powershot A95.. no film round here mate! Actually I just got a set of Moo cards, and it's the first time I've printed out photos in about three years! Lovely.

10:32 PM  

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