People and buildings. Dunedin people fortunate indeed to have a wealth of historic buildings preserved around us.
This vacant building was on Wharf Street. I thought the facade was very interesting . . . boards diagonally and vertically placed, with the old mailbox, with all the chipped paint.
I took these photos on Saturday, May 1 from the end of Dornoch Street in Kew, looking across Caversham and South Dunedin to the Otago Harbour.
It makes me sick every time I hear of University of Otago students doing something stupid when they get drunk.
The Central Otago Wakatipu Cycling Club was represented at the Vantage Age Group Nationals held last weekend in Rotorua.
Thirst for Knowledge is an initiative started by the Department of Physiology (University of Otago) and the Otago Museum to bring monthly science talks out of the lecture halls and into the pub.
The construction and built environment industries contribute significant amounts to climate change and waste.
Just appeared In the Dunedin Botanical Gardens along one of the upper gardens walking tracks, is this interesting artistic form of a torso which appears to be made of clay.