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Home – Signal Hill

As I got out of the car at the Signal Hill Lookout today and looked out across Dunedin City, the first thought that popped into my head was “it’s big, isn’t it”. I forget sometimes – it seems odd, but … Continue reading

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Home – First Church

The First Church of Otago – designed by Robert Lawson, who won a competition in 1862 to design the church, and upon this success moved to Dunedin from Scotland. Lawson designed a big whack of the more noticeable buildings including … Continue reading

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Home: Tonight

Mia has had a serious case of the Chicken Pox for the past 5 days, hundreds of spots and a very unhappy young lady indeed. She has coped incredibly well, barely scratching and only having the occasional meltdown which I … Continue reading

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Home – Dunedin Botanical Gardens in Autumn

Dunedin Botanical Gardens, established in 1863, New Zealands first Botanic Garden, covering 28 hectares of land, with over 6800 plant species. Now listed as a Garden of International Significance, one of only five in New Zealand. Probably my favourite place in … Continue reading

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Home – Queens Gardens Court

The part of Dunedin I love the most, architecturally, is Queens Gardens with it’s amazing selection of historic buildings from Victorian through to Art Deco. My absolute favourite is a builidng now called Queens Gardens Court. Designed by Nathaniel Young Armstrong Wales and completed in … Continue reading

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Home – The Evening Star Building

The Evening Star Building, Lower Stuart Street, finished in 1863, now the headquarters for Allied Press including the Otago Daily Times. Designed by Architect Edmund Anscombe who also designed a large amount of the buildings that form the hub of Otago … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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