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Saturday, 25 April 2015

My World

Lonely tree in Landmarks Square, Hastings photograph
Lonely tree
in Landmarks Square, Hastings
A 5x-weekly photograph from around Hawke's Bay J

Friday, 24 April 2015

My World

Got its head in the clouds photograph
Got its head in the clouds
A 5x-weekly photograph from around Hawke's Bay J

Thursday, 23 April 2015

My World

Beacons before a storm photograph
Beacons before a storm
Read their really cool history here
A 5x-weekly photograph from around Hawke's Bay J

Wednesday, 22 April 2015

My World

Oh, give me land, lots of land, under starry skies above.... photograph
Oh, give me land, lots of land, under starry skies above....
A 5x-weekly photograph from around Hawke's Bay J

Tuesday, 21 April 2015

Spice of Life

My choice from a week's work at Hawke's Bay Today J
(including at times, photos for the Napier Courier, the Hastings Leader
the Havelock North Village Press and/or The Link)

A big rock, measuring about 1200 x 600 x 500mm, which rolled down a hillside (formerly The Mission Estate pine forest), bounced over a fence, across the road and ended up on a traffic island in Church Rd, Taradale, Napier. photograph
A question of perspective
(Shhh, like most problems, it looks bigger than it was - no Photoshop)
A big rock, measuring about 1200 x 600 x 500mm, which rolled down a hillside (formerly The Mission Estate pine forest), bounced over a fence, across the road and ended up on a traffic island in Church Rd, Taradale, Napier.

Phoenix Palms in Prebensen Drive, Onekawa, Napier, chopped out to make way for the road to be increased to four lanes. photograph
That's progress
Phoenix Palms in Prebensen Drive, Onekawa, Napier, chopped out to make way for the road to be increased to four lanes.

Rainbow over Awatoto Shingle Plant, Winstone Aggregates, SH2, Awatoto, Napier. photograph
Contrasts
Rainbow over Awatoto Shingle Plant, Winstone Aggregates, SH2, Awatoto, Napier.

Elise Legarth, kayaker, Havelock North, who has been selected for the Junior World Championships in Portugal later this year, pictured at the Clive River, Clive. photograph
Keen kayaker
Elise Legarth, kayaker, Havelock North, who has been selected for the Junior World Championships in Portugal later this year, pictured at the Clive River, Clive.

Olivia Merry, Black Sticks, scored from a penalty - Hockey vs Korea, Hawke's Bay Cup 2015, Festival of Hockey at Hawke's Bay Regional Sports Park, Hastings. photograph
Score
Olivia Merry, Black Sticks, scored from a penalty - Hockey vs Korea, Hawke's Bay Cup 2015, Festival of Hockey at Hawke's Bay Regional Sports Park, Hastings.

Faye and Erroll Owens, from Otane, at Hawke's Bay Gold Cup Race Day at Hastings Racecourse, Hastings. photograph
Checking the odds
Faye and Erroll Owens, from Otane, at Hawke's Bay Gold Cup Race Day at Hastings Racecourse, Hastings.

L-R: Debbie White, Debbie England, Shirley Chapman, Leah Walker, all from Napier - Hawke's Bay Gold Cup Race Day at Hastings Racecourse, Hastings. photograph
Girls' Day Out
L-R: Debbie White, Debbie England, Shirley Chapman, Leah Walker, all from Napier - Hawke's Bay Gold Cup Race Day at Hastings Racecourse, Hastings.

Darryl Bradley, fifth place, talking to the owners of Ruud Awakening, Race 6, New Zealand Bloodstock Finance and Leasing Sprint $50,000, 1200m - Hawke's Bay Gold Cup Race Day at Hastings Racecourse, Hastings. photograph
Love the different expressions
Darryl Bradley, fifth place, talking to the owners of Ruud Awakening, Race 6, New Zealand Bloodstock Finance and Leasing Sprint $50,000, 1200m - Hawke's Bay Gold Cup Race Day at Hastings Racecourse, Hastings.

First time past the grandstand - Race 8, Winning Edge Presentations Hawke's Bay Gold Cup $75,000, 2200m. On the final straight, Trudy Thornton came off Apache Fireworks. The eventual winner was No 6, Alysha Collett on Classcoroc. Hawke's Bay Gold Cup Race Day at Hastings Racecourse, Hastings. photograph
Chase me
First time past the grandstand - Race 8, Winning Edge Presentations Hawke's Bay Gold Cup $75,000, 2200m. On the final straight, Trudy Thornton came off Apache Fireworks. The eventual winner was No 6, Alysha Collett on Classcoroc. Hawke's Bay Gold Cup Race Day at Hastings Racecourse, Hastings.

Trudy Thornton came off Apache Firework on the final straight of Race 8, Winning Edge Presentations Hawke's Bay Gold Cup $75,000, 2200m. The eventual winner was No 6, Alysha Collett on Classcoroc. Hawke's Bay Gold Cup Race Day at Hastings Racecourse, Hastings. photograph
Unexpected fall
Trudy Thornton came off Apache Firework on the final straight of Race 8, Winning Edge Presentations Hawke's Bay Gold Cup $75,000, 2200m. The eventual winner was No 6, Alysha Collett on Classcoroc. Hawke's Bay Gold Cup Race Day at Hastings Racecourse, Hastings.

Trudy Thornton came off Apache Firework on the final straight of Race 8, Winning Edge Presentations Hawke's Bay Gold Cup $75,000, 2200m. The eventual winner was No 6, Alysha Collett on Classcoroc. Hawke's Bay Gold Cup Race Day at Hastings Racecourse, Hastings. photograph
Ouch
Trudy Thornton came off Apache Firework on the final straight of Race 8, Winning Edge Presentations Hawke's Bay Gold Cup $75,000, 2200m. The eventual winner was No 6, Alysha Collett on Classcoroc. Hawke's Bay Gold Cup Race Day at Hastings Racecourse, Hastings.

Marco Alexander, Bay Hawks, basketball vs Waitakere Rangers at Pettigrew.Green Arena, Taradale, Napier. photograph
Eye on the goal
Marco Alexander, Bay Hawks, basketball vs Waitakere Rangers at Pettigrew.Green Arena, Taradale, Napier.

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Monday, 20 April 2015

Quips & Quotes

Walt Disney: Why worry? If you’ve done the very best you can, worrying won’t make it any better.

Sunday, 19 April 2015

Living the Dream

"Hope Inc. Testimonies (Community Business Group)

# 1 Property management Company owner goes from facing several law suits and possibly losing the business to all law suits settled favorably to now opening second location.

#2. Former bank manager had lost her job due to stress of personal struggles at home..she had new job and was being mistreated and underpaid st new job...she attended 2 Hope Inc meetings and brought her personal and workplace struggles out into the light for us to pray for....

With her identity restored and shame cycles broken ...she had the courage to apply for her dream job... She got the dream job and doubled her salary... She tested so high in aptitude test when being considered for new job.... She has put on fast track for Senior Management

#3 during sharing time several business people talking about focusing on improving their time management skills...

One attendee suddenly volunteers she is feeling shame about her inability to manage her time well...in the past I would have the people next to her pray her through renouncing the Lie , receiving the truth..

Before I get the chance to do this ..she does it herself and God shows her a beautiful picture of her as a tree planted by by the water with roots going down to the living water...shame and performance mindset gone...acceptance and peace restored Via Dave Charlson, Red Bluff (11/13)"

Living the Dream, a series of true and verified stories of real people who have encountered God for themselves and have learnt to apply His principles in their normal everyday world, sourced from Heaven in Business