Home – Northern Cemetary

A new series, something I have been meaning to begin for a while – Home, photographs from around my home town, Dunedin.

The Northen Cemetary – home to 17,700 burials, established in the mid 1800’s, and resting place of William Larnach and Thomas Bracken. William Larnach is famous for many things, but largely for being rather big with his spending, and having a very dramatic family history. Thomas Bracken, an Irishman settled in Dunedin, founded and wrote in newspapers, wrote poems, and penned our National Anthem.

Home – With this series, I aim to include a post once a week that is simply the visual side of Dunedin, a moment captured. I hope you enjoy it.


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It's a rainy day and in an attempt to slow down and appreciate the little things I have started a blog
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3 Responses to Home – Northern Cemetary

  1. Jo says:

    Thomas Bracken. Bracken House. Green Stripe. HIS days!

  2. GRANNY SMITH - says:

    LOVELY photos , looking forward to seeing more . Great Christmas Card ideas . Good Luck at the Craft Fair .

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