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Thursday, 24 April 2014

My World

Bulging brickwork?? photograph
Bulging brickwork??
A 5x-weekly photograph from around Hawke's Bay J

Wednesday, 23 April 2014

My World

Running for miles, do you ever arrive? photograph
Running for miles, do you ever arrive?
A 5x-weekly photograph from around Hawke's Bay J

Tuesday, 22 April 2014

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)

Commemorations of the 100th year since WW1 broke out, at Memorial Square, Napier. Students from several Napier schools placed crosses in a "Civic Field of Remembrance" assisted by cadets from No 13 Squadron, (City of Napier) Air Training Corps, the City of Napier Cadet Unit and Napier Sea Scouts. photograph
Napier Boys' High School - We Will Remember
Commemorations of the 100th year since WW1 broke out, at Memorial Square, Napier. Students from several Napier schools placed crosses in a "Civic Field of Remembrance" assisted by cadets from No 13 Squadron, (City of Napier) Air Training Corps, the City of Napier Cadet Unit and Napier Sea Scouts.
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Advance Construction show home, 8 Sue Place, Hastings photograph
More than enough room to swing a cat
Advance Construction show home, 8 Sue Place, Hastings
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Cassoulet, a recipe by Claire Vogtherr, Holly Bacon Company, Hastings photograph
Home cooking
Cassoulet, a recipe by Claire Vogtherr, Holly Bacon Company, Hastings
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Police and fire service attended a truck vs grape harvester accident, corner of Pakowhai Rd and Morley Rd, Hastings. The truck was carrying empty apple pallets. photograph
On its side
Police and fire service attended a truck vs grape harvester accident, corner of Pakowhai Rd and Morley Rd, Hastings. The truck was carrying empty apple pallets.
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Peter Ryan, coronor, Hastings District Court, Hastings. photograph
In court
Peter Ryan, coronor, Hastings District Court, Hastings.
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Right: Andrew Potter, Havelock North Wanderers, soccer vs Manawatu Red Sox - Federation League, football at Guthrie Park, Havelock North photograph
Tussle for supremacy
Right: Andrew Potter, Havelock North Wanderers, soccer vs Manawatu Red Sox - Federation League, football at Guthrie Park, Havelock North
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Andre Hope, Hastings, with Aaron, pictured at an official opening ceremony of a week-long National Youth Drama School at Havelock North High School, Havelock North photograph
Never too old
Andre Hope, Hastings, with Aaron, pictured at an official opening ceremony of a week-long National Youth Drama School at Havelock North High School, Havelock North
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L-R: Annette Black, Haumoana, Kellie Edwards, Whangarei, at Church Rd Winery - The Big Easy, a cycle event from Havelock North, through Clive; Marine Parade, Hardinge Rd, West Quay, Napier; Ahuriri Estuary to Church Rd Winery, Taradale, where there was a concert. photograph
Edible headwear
L-R: Annette Black, Haumoana, Kellie Edwards, Whangarei, at Church Rd Winery - The Big Easy, a cycle event from Havelock North, through Clive; Marine Parade, Hardinge Rd, West Quay, Napier; Ahuriri Estuary to Church Rd Winery, Taradale, where there was a concert.
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Hawke's Bay Today Photo Sales

Monday, 21 April 2014

Quips & Quotes

Brooke Telford: Cousins are cool because they are born as your best friends and you can't do anything to get rid of them!

Sunday, 20 April 2014

Living the Dream

"Occupational therapist visited city leader to drop off a gift. Official tells her his father has leukemia and is not expected to live beyond May (4mths). Occupational therapist says she has a problem with anyone dying from disease because Jesus paid for that not to happen. She tells a testimony then offers a quick, 30sec prayer. The next week she hears that the Officials father went back for more tests and they cant find the leukemia anymore!"

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

My World

Traffic bollards apparently, we call them pods, in Havelock North photograph
Traffic bollards apparently, we call them pods
in Havelock North
A 5x-weekly photograph from around Hawke's Bay J

Saturday, 19 April 2014

My World

A symbol of the crucifixion, without which we could never celebrate the resurrection. Knox Church, Ahuriri-Putorino Presbyterian Parish, Ahuriri, Napier photograph
A symbol of the crucifixion
without which we could never celebrate the resurrection.
Knox Church, Ahuriri-Putorino Presbyterian Parish, Ahuriri, Napier
A 5x-weekly photograph from around Hawke's Bay J