Weather of 2012

The wind tunnel beside the University of Otago Richardson building is always a good place to get...
The wind tunnel beside the University of Otago Richardson building is always a good place to get a photo of students battling the elements on a winter's day. Photo by Craig Baxter.
Who said girls aren't tough? St Hilda's Collegiate School players prove them wrong. Photo by...
Who said girls aren't tough? St Hilda's Collegiate School players prove them wrong. Photo by Peter McIntosh.
Sea Princess, the last of  last season's cruise ships, glides past Deborah Bay in April with her...
Sea Princess, the last of last season's cruise ships, glides past Deborah Bay in April with her 1950 passengers and 950 crew. Photo by Stephen Jaquiery.
To most, a hailstorm at go-home time is an inconvenience as cars skid and slip. Some of our...
To most, a hailstorm at go-home time is an inconvenience as cars skid and slip. Some of our students, however, turn the icy crystals into impromptu fun. Photo by Stephen Jaquiery.
Looking for pictures following an overnight snowfall, I stopped at the top of Taieri road while a...
Looking for pictures following an overnight snowfall, I stopped at the top of Taieri road while a flurry passed through. It left everything coated with wet snow. The snow only lasted long enough to shoot a few frames of the postcard scene before it...
The aim in bad weather is to keep your camera gear dry, then, if possible, keep yourself dry....
The aim in bad weather is to keep your camera gear dry, then, if possible, keep yourself dry. Fortunately, a veranda was available for this shot of a pedestrian leaping to the footpath in Albany St during a downpour. Photo by Gerard O'Brien.
Unusual clouds form over the Allied Press building.  Photo by Stephen Jaquiery.
Unusual clouds form over the Allied Press building. Photo by Stephen Jaquiery.

Dunedin's weather always provides achallenge for Otago Daily Times photographers and the city'sresidents alike as these 2012 photographs show.

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