Wednesday, September 30, 2015

#3100 ... Vacancies

Cuba Street ... waiting for people. 

#3099 ... Cafe Art

Ymre ... The artist ... another phase of the wall at Midnight Espresso ... Years of evolving and changing paint brush expressions. 

Tuesday, September 29, 2015

#3098 ... The Colour of Spring

A local tree shows its colour ... Every year it makes us smile ... Delightful. 

Monday, September 28, 2015

#3097 ... The Tree

A green welcome to the city as you enter the CBD ... Tree on the traffic island ... By the Railway Station bus depot ... Heading down Thorndon Quay towards Featherston Street. 

#3096 ... From Above

Obviously not my photo! This amazing shot of Wellington from the International Space Station just had to be posted. So clear. You can easily see the airport and the Westpac Stadium. Thank you ISS. 

Saturday, September 26, 2015

#3095 ... WOW

Image from the World of WearableArt  ... A Tribute to Ian Athfield ... Architect. Photo by WOW. Thank you

#3094 ... Mussels

Green lipped mussels from Marlborough ... Very tasty. 

Thursday, September 24, 2015

#3093 ... Our Colours

Shrouding the building in Wellington colours ... Much better than the standard red or blue. Well done. 

#3092 ... Never ends

Have windows ... Will always be cleaning. Wellington Airport. This access way has to be the coldest windiest place here, even on a sunny day!

#3091 ... Green Cabs

Waiting at the airport. 

#3090 ... 3 Peaks

With all the debate about our flag, peaks are now part of the conversation. 

Tuesday, September 22, 2015

#3089 ... Stunning

DISCLAIMER: this is not my photo, wish it was!!!
It was taken by @tutahuk21 via #ShareMeWLG on Instagram.  Thank you for a great image of our great city. 

Monday, September 21, 2015

Saturday, September 19, 2015

Thursday, September 17, 2015

Tuesday, September 15, 2015

#3082 ... Working

These guys seem to be all over the city and suburbs at present, maintaining our roads. Thank you. 

Monday, September 14, 2015

Thursday, September 10, 2015

#3077 ... Mash

Cooking tonight at Ronald McDonald House ... Side dish of mashed spuds. Yumm. 

#3076 ... And you would like?

The Food & Coffee truck at Moore Wilson Fresh ... Nice flowers on a wet grey day. 

Wednesday, September 9, 2015

#3075 ... Tennis

The Renouf Tennis Centre ... Going up the hill to Brooklyn. 

The Wellington Renouf Tennis Centre, located on Brooklyn Road and surrounded by Central Park, is the community facility with an “international reputation”. The ‘home’ for regular international events. 

Four indoor courts, 14 outdoor courts (floodlights for evening games). Open 364 days a year from 8am till late.

Tuesday, September 8, 2015

Monday, September 7, 2015

#3073 ... Beer History

The old brewery building saved and refurbished when New World Thorndon was built. Good to have parts of our history still in daily use. 

Some history ... 

Staples Brewery was established at Thorndon about 1866 by John (b.1839) and William Staples, the sons of John Staples (b.1814) who was one of the first settlers at Nelson and the founder of the Motueka Brewery.

The Thorndon site was developed to accommodate the new brewing process of fully filtered and carbonated beer. In 1913 a two-storeyed bottling plant was built, to be followed in 1915 by the brew tower. The southwest wing of Thomas Turnbull and Son's original design was omitted, while an existing engine room (date unknown) was incorporated. The beer produced at the plant was called 'Red Band' after the red bands on the brewery's beer casks and for a time the brewery was known as the Red Band Brewery.

Sunday, September 6, 2015

Friday, September 4, 2015

#3070 ... Moody Monotones

Grey moody sky ... Embassy Theatre wrapped in plastic undergoing external renovation. Makes for a spooky image. 

Thursday, September 3, 2015

Wednesday, September 2, 2015

#3068 ... Multi-colour Morning

Colour co-ordinated ... Very cool. 

#3067 ... Breakfast Colour

Poached eggs ... Mojo @ Clyde Quay Wharf

#3066 ... Flagged

NZ continues the debate over changing our flag, with four options now on the table. Stick with our current flag or change ... That is the question.