Saturday, 26 February 2011

Seaweek Coastal Cleanup 2011



Sunday March 6th 10am - All welcome to come along and help out.
A group from Big Rock Boardriders will work their way along the coast towards Taieri Mouth to pick up rubbish in the car lay-bys where the freedom campers frequent.
Please meet at 10am by the Skip
A DCC contractor will deliver two really big wheelie bins to the Brighton Beach carpark at about 9am on Sunday March 6. Collected rubbish can go in the bins, or if there is a lot, it can be stacked within a 2 meter radius of the bins. This will all be taken away by the contractor at or after 1pm the same day. While we still have a central collection point at Hancock Park, St Kilda, rubbish will be going straight into a skip without sorting and weighing as the dirty rubbish cannot be recycled.

Tuesday, 22 February 2011

Quake Blessings


Jayin and I have a large furnished spare bedroom available if you are displaced by the quake and want to leave the city.

We are in Dunedin, well away from aftershocks.
Please call or text 0274627494 if you are interested or pass on to someone who may need accommodation help.

Sending blessings and energy of support to those affected by the earthquake in Christchurch.
We know of a few friends who have lost their homes, many we have not heard from.

Monday, 21 February 2011

Sumner from the air


Sumner etc, Christchurch, taken 29th september 2009, forgot to upload

Sunday, 13 February 2011

360degree sunset


Last night, for a short time there was a glowing sunset. This series' of 8 images was taken at my front gate, the roof in the middle is our house. An photo taken earlier in the evening of one of the ponds at the golf course over the road.

Monday, 7 February 2011

Artwork - Ocean View Beach & Flax


Above, recent commission. Ocean View Beach with Flax.
Below Planning out and part way through.

Thursday, 3 February 2011

Otago Conservancy values Survey


Do you Value the Otago Coastline?
I'm sure you do.
Please take the time (they suggest twenty mins) to fill in the survey stating how you value the Otago coastline, and assist DOC in protecting our conservation land. eg: the beauty and Amenity value for surfing (or other activities), wildlife etc. If we don't make our individual voices heard, then our values are not regarded when conservation issues, development, plan changes and other matters try and weasel into our playground. So don't sit back and bemoan lost paradise in the future.

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