Wednesday, 11 April 2012

Wordless Wednesday 11 April

With the school holidays here and the feeling that summer has truely arrived, and yet it is autumn, here is a little of what we did yesterday. 

A stop at Takapuna Beach, Auckland, and in the background is the iconic Rangitoto Island which is a volcano vent.  Life is good out there when the weather is lovely and sunny.



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15 comments:

Redcliffe Style said...

I would love to spend time discovering NZ. Lovely photos. Rachel x

Becky from BeckyandJames.com said...

Just lovely. I dream of exploring NZ one day.

Nicole said...

Looks lovely. Glad the sun is shining for the holidays.

Grace said...

Gorgeous ! You really live in such a beautiful part of the world.

Kate @ Back to Basics Tuition said...

Gosh, it looks lovely! School holidays are wonderful for exploring with the kids!

Kelly said...

Love the beach! That second shot is gorgeous!!

Yvette @ Delightfully Tacky said...

ahh brings back memories of my childhood!! Though Invercargill not Auckland :)

Hoping to get back there next year for our honeymoon!! If we can save enough!

Lisa Wood said...

Love your beaches :) Its such a great place for kids to play!

Ash said...

Beautiful! That second pic is a photo perfect for a wall! Its just gorgeous!

Wendy Sice said...

So serene. Love this! :)

Seana Smith said...

Oh, that lovely beach was the first one I ever visited with distant relatives in Auckland many years ago. And the piccy of the island is great, have never been there, hopefully next time. Have a real soft spot for Auckland, we nearly emigrated there instead of Sydney.

Katie said...

Great photo's. Love quiet beaches - NZ looks beautiful.

Lisa Wood said...

We love the beaches...that is where we are staying at the moment! Kids sure love the sand, the waves and the shells ;)

Leovi said...

Wonderful photos, I love the frames, with delicious light.

Nat - Muddy Farmwife said...

How lovely.
One day I will make it across the divide to explore NZ!