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Surf Lifesavers on Brighton Beach

January 20, 2012


It was a beautiful evening tonight so I went for a bike ride after work along Marine Parade. The surf lifesavers were out on Brighton beach doing practice runs into the water. It was quite an impressive thing to watch, especially when the boat hit the waves as at times it looked like it might tip over.


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Territorials Photo Gallery

June 27, 2009

More photos from the parade celebrating the 150th anniversary of the the formation of the “2nd Canterbury, Nelson, Marlborough and West Coast Battalion Group”.

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Christchurch Personal Trainer

April 18, 2009


This is my personal trainer, Jason. Today I got some revenge and made him do sprints down the New Brighton Beach! I’m taking photos for his new website that I’m designing. If you are in Christchurch and need a personal trainer I can highly recommend him!

If you’d like to contact Jason about becoming a client contact him on:

En Forme Studio
153a Waltham Road

Jason Tiatia
0275 842 842

Or check out the website I built for him at:


Evening Silhouettes

April 10, 2009


Tonight I went up to the Sign Of the Tahake lookout in the hills to take photos of the sunset and the mountains. As is often the case, I ended up taking a shot I didn’t expect and which I like about 10 times more the the sunsets! I was leaving the lookout as it was getting rather cold, but for some reason I kept the camera around my neck, so when this couple passed me I looked back and saw this shot. So pleased I didn’t put the camera away in the bag!

p.s for those of you who like sunsets, come back tommorrow and I will post those shots!

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I see a tall dark stranger in your future

April 6, 2009


The palm reader at the Arts Centre market. And yes, I’ve had my palm read a few years ago. She didn’t tell me there was a talk dark handsome man in my future, but she did say one was going to come along that was the ‘real deal’  (hey lady, I’m still waiting!).  She also told me I would work really hard until I was 50 and then I’d put my feet up for a bit and enjoy myself.

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