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Bow Tower.  Calgary.

Bow Tower. Calgary.

Stretching 58 storeys high into the city skyline, The Bow has set the bar for office towers in Calgary. The architectural wonder, with its diagonal ribbons of crossbracing wrapping around a semicircular glass t... More

Black swan. Cygnet. (Cygnus atratus)

Black swan. Cygnet. (Cygnus atratus)

Baby swans are known as "cygnets," a word derived from the Latin word for swan, "cygnus." Cygnets are easily distinguished from adults, as they are much smaller and are usually covered in a gray downy coat.

SS South Steyne. Floating restaurant. Sydney.

SS South Steyne. Floating restaurant. Sydney.

SS South Steyne is a retired steam ferry. For 36 years, she operated on the Manly run on Sydney Harbour and is now a floating restaurant moored at Darling Harbour...SS South Steyne was built by Henry Robb in Le... More

Water ripples. Rose "Nelson girls"

Water ripples. Rose "Nelson girls"

Water Ripples is a freeware Adobe Photoshop compatible plug-in filter. The highly realistic water ripples effect designer has numerous options as well as an impressive 3D quality. The random settings generator ... More

Dampier Bay Marina. Lyttleton.

Dampier Bay Marina. Lyttleton.

Located in the inner harbour of Lyttelton Port and the Dampier Bay Marina is a safe, all weather, all tide harbour. It is situated between the commercial activities Lyttelton Port of Christchurch (LPC) and an ... More

Snowdrop (Galanthus)

Snowdrop (Galanthus)

The lovely snowdrop is one of the first flowers to appear in the spring as it works its way through the snow to bloom. These tiny flowers grow 3- to 4-inches tall and make an excellent ground cover in the garde... More

Seal pups. (gang of three)

Seal pups. (gang of three)

The most common seal on the New Zealand mainland is the New Zealand fur seal which breeds around the South Island and as far north as the Coromandel Peninsula on the North Island with males occasionally found n... More

Evening along the Yarra River Melbourne.

Evening along the Yarra River Melbourne.

Yarra River..The Yarra River flows west for more than 240 km (148 miles) from its source in the Yarra Ranges, through rural and suburban Melbourne to the city center and Docklands, where it empties into Port Ph... More

Lake Wakatipu. Queenstown. NZ

Lake Wakatipu. Queenstown. NZ

Shaped like a perfect cartoon thunderbolt, this gorgeous lake has a 212km shoreline and reaches a depth of 379m (the average depth is over 320m). Five rivers flow into it but only one (the Kawarau) flows out, m... More

Panaeolus sphinctrinus.

Panaeolus sphinctrinus.

FAMILY: Coprinaceae.GENUS: Panaeolus.SPECIES: Sphinctrinus.COMMON NAMES: Ink Caps, Hoop-Petticoat, Petticoat Mottlegill, Warai-take (Japanese, ‘laughing mushroom’), Hsiao Ch’un (Chinese, ‘laughing mushroom’)..P... More

Quayside mooring.

Quayside mooring.

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The jetty. Lakes Hayes. NZ

The jetty. Lakes Hayes. NZ

Lake Hayes tends to be calm, mirror-flat and a great spot for swimming and picnics. Its location between Queenstown and Arrowtown means that it is a much more secluded spot than nearby Lake Wakatipu. The loop t... More

Lake Wakatipu. NZ

Lake Wakatipu. NZ

15,000 years ago during the last ice age, a huge glacier moving from the north west carved out what is now Lake Wakatipu. The lake is relatively thin, but the mountains run straight into the lake, forming a dee... More

Dancing in the street.

Dancing in the street.

Autumn leaf color is a phenomenon that affects the normally green leaves of many deciduous trees and shrubs by which they take on, during a few weeks in the autumn season, various shades of red, yellow, purple,... More

Low tide at the beach.

Low tide at the beach.

Tides are the rise and fall of sea levels caused by the combined effects of gravitational forces exerted by the Moon, Sun, and rotation of the Earth...The times and amplitude of tides at a locale are influenced... More

The Stirling Falls Milford Sound NZ

The Stirling Falls Milford Sound NZ

One of the Must See New Zealand Waterfalls, Stirling Falls, second name Waimanu Falls, is the most magnificent waterfall in the world's famous Milford Sound. Accessible via a Milford Sound Cruise or a Milford S... More

Lake Wakatipu. NZ

Lake Wakatipu. NZ

The second largest of the southern glacial lakes, Lake Wakatipu is 48 miles long and up to 3 miles wide, and covers an area of 113 sq. miles. The lake is 1,017 ft above sea level, is 1,239 ft deep, and occupies... More

Moeraki Boulders. Otago. NZ

Moeraki Boulders. Otago. NZ

At Moeraki, 40 kilometres south of Oamaru, huge spherical boulders are scattered along the beach. Others can be seen emerging from the sandstone cliffs. Each boulder weighs several tonnes and is up to two metre... More

Margaret Haggo. Dalhia.

Margaret Haggo. Dalhia.

Dahlia ‘Margaret Haggo’ (Dahlia). This genus has upright and bushy, early summer and early autumn flowering, tuberous, deciduous annuals and perennials. They bear pinnatifid or pinnatisect, mid green leaves and... More

Evening. Lake Wanaka. NZ

Evening. Lake Wanaka. NZ

Lake Wanaka is located in the Otago region of New Zealand, at an altitude of 300 metres. Covering an area of 192 km², it is New Zealand's fourth largest lake, and estimated to be more than 300 m deep. Its name ... More

"The Tree" Lake Wanaka. NZ

"The Tree" Lake Wanaka. NZ

A hidden gem of New Zealand, the spectacular Lake Wanaka area is framed by the South Island’s dazzling Southern Alps. On the doorstep of Mount Aspiring National Park, a World Heritage Site, the daily schedule i... More

Blechnum novae-zelandiae,(palm-leaf fern )

Blechnum novae-zelandiae,(palm-leaf fern )

Blechnum novae-zelandiae, commonly known as palm-leaf fern or kiokio, is a species of fern found in New Zealand. It can often be found growing in clay soil on embankments and roadsides.. ..B. novae-zelandiae ha... More

Russell Lupin. Lake Tekapo.NZ

Russell Lupin. Lake Tekapo.NZ

Russell lupins.The many-coloured Russell lupins (.Lupinus polyphyllus). are a familiar feature of the roadsides in the.Upper Waitaki Basin. They were first introduced to New Zealand about 1930 by settlers of t... More

Anemone.

Anemone.

Anemone Blue Poppy Bulbs | Purple Single Anemone with Black Eye | Anemone Coronaria.Anemones are an under planted group that deliver a colorful perennial show and ask for little in return. We're especially fond... More

The Leopard Lacewing (Cethosia cyane)

The Leopard Lacewing (Cethosia cyane)

The Leopard Lacewing (Cethosia cyane) is a species of heliconiine butterfly found from India to southern China (southern Yunnan), and Indochina. Its range has expanded in the last few decades, and its arrival i... More

Burma Star Rose.

Burma Star Rose.

Unfading apricot flowers that grow in upright clusters on a medium to tall bush. Very free flowering.

A welcome visitor.

A welcome visitor.

Bees are flying insects closely related to wasps and ants, known for their role in pollination and, in the case of the best-known bee species, the European honey bee, for producing honey and beeswax. Bees are a... More

Queen of the Prairie, Meadowsweet  Filipendula rubra.

Queen of the Prairie, Meadowsweet Filipendula rubra.

This is a big imposing plant. Flowers can be white or varying shades of pink, good for cutting. Foliage is bold. Very handsome in the right place. Because of its size and aggressive spread, it requires lots of ... More

Worlds Steepest St. Dunedin.

Worlds Steepest St. Dunedin.

Baldwin Street..Baldwin Street is recognised by the Guinness Book of Records as the steepest street in the world. The street runs up the northern side of Signal Hill, a prominent hill overlooking Otago Harbour,... More

Moeraki Seascape.NZ

Moeraki Seascape.NZ

MOERAKI BOULDERS..The Moeraki Boulders are situated on Koekohe Beach at a place named Kumara, midway between Hampden and Moeraki townships in North Otago. Access to them is gained by a small one-way side road, ... More

University of Otago Clocktower. NZ

University of Otago Clocktower. NZ

The University of Otago Registry Building, also known as the Clocktower Building, is a Victorian and later structure in the city of Dunedin, New Zealand. It stands next to the banks of the Water of Leith and is... More

Postmans delight.

Postmans delight.

In the early 1800's, most letters in the U.S. were taken to the post office to be mailed, and recipients had to retrieve their mail from the post office. It wasn't until 1863 that mail was delivered to homes of... More

Kea and and the bike seat.

Kea and and the bike seat.

Kea are large parrots that live in the South Island high country, sometimes venturing down to valley floors. Their call is a ringing ‘keee-aa’. Playful and inquisitive, they can be destructive around ski fields... More

Melbourne and the Yarra River.

Melbourne and the Yarra River.

Melbourne, Victoria’s coastal capital, is a city of stately 19th-century buildings and tree-lined boulevards. Yet at its centre is the strikingly modern Federation Square development, with plazas, bars, restaur... More

White faced heron.NZ

White faced heron.NZ

The white-faced heron is New Zealand's most common heron, despite being a relatively new arrival to this country. It is a tall, elegant, blue-grey bird that can be seen stalking its prey in almost any aquatic h... More

ARUNA IPSA (Container Ship)

ARUNA IPSA (Container Ship)

IMO: 9270828..MMSI: 538005226..Call Sign: V7CA4..Flag: Marshall Is (MH)..AIS Type: Cargo - Hazard A (Major)..Gross Tonnage: 21932..Deadweight: 24279 t..Length × Breadth: 196.82m × 28m..Year Built: 2004..Status: Active

Fishing Philippines  style.

Fishing Philippines style.

Marine fishing in the Philippines in more than an industry; it is a way of life. With 7,100 islands, the Philippines has the world's longest discontinuous coastline. Over a million Filipinos are engaged in mari... More

Angry is the sea.

Angry is the sea.

Tasman Sea, an arm of the Pacific Ocean between Australia and New Zealand. It is as much as 1,400 miles (2,250 km) wide and more than 17,000 feet (5, 180 m) deep. The sea is located in a region of prevailing we... More

Melbourne Bombardier Trams.

Melbourne Bombardier Trams.

The FLEXITY Swift 100% low-floor vehicles can accommodate 210 passengers. The trams are 33 m long, 2.65 m wide and are equipped with the reliable BOMBARDIER MITRAC propulsion system and rotating bogies to handl... More

Riviera Ice Cream Parlour. Lakes Entrance.

Riviera Ice Cream Parlour. Lakes Entrance.

Ice cream is a frozen food, typically eaten as a snack or dessert, usually made from dairy products, such as milk and cream, and often combined with fruits or other ingredients and flavours

WTC Wharf. Yarra River Melbourne.

WTC Wharf. Yarra River Melbourne.

WTC Wharf (formerly the World Trade Centre and WTC Northbank) is a twelve-storey office complex on the north bank of the Yarra River in Melbourne, Australia.On 19 December 1978, the Government of Victoria passe... More

Into the sunset.

Into the sunset.

Sunset or sundown, is the daily disappearance of the Sun below the western horizon as a result of Earth's rotation...The time of sunset is defined in astronomy as the moment when the trailing edge of the Sun's ... More

NSW Coastline. Australia.

NSW Coastline. Australia.

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Melbourne and the Yarra River.

Melbourne and the Yarra River.

The Yarra River is not big by world standards. It runs for just 242 kilometres from its source on the flanks of Mt Baw Baw in the Yarra Ranges National Park to its mouth at the head of Port Phillip Bay in Newpo... More

The southern black-backed gull. NZ

The southern black-backed gull. NZ

The southern black-backed gull (or ‘black-back’) is one of the most abundant and familiar large birds in New Zealand, although many people do not realise that the mottled brown juveniles (mistakenly called “mol... More

High flying Silver Gull Aust.

High flying Silver Gull Aust.

Silver gulls are found in all states of Australia.[3] It is a common species, having adapted well to urban environments and thriving around shopping centres and garbage dumps...The head, body and tail are white... More

Ruakaka River mouth. Bream Bay. NZ

Ruakaka River mouth. Bream Bay. NZ

The Ruakaka River is a river of the Northland Region of New Zealand's North Island. It flows north before turning east and finally south, reaching the sea at the township of Ruakaka on Bream Bay.

Oyster catcher.

Oyster catcher.

The variable oystercatcher is a familiar stocky coastal bird with a long, bright orange bill, found around much of New Zealand. They are often seen in pairs probing busily for shellfish along beaches or in estu... More

Sole parting company.

Sole parting company.

Leather is a durable and flexible material created by tanning animal rawhide and skin, often cattle hide. It can be produced at manufacturing scales ranging from cottage industry to heavy industry...People use ... More

Sydney Opera House.

Sydney Opera House.

The Sydney Opera House is a multi-venue performing arts centre in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. Situated on Bennelong Point in Sydney Harbour, close to the Sydney Harbour Bridge, the facility is adjacent ... More

Kea Alpine parrot

Kea Alpine parrot

The New Zealand kea is an endemic parrot found in the South Island's alpine environments...Kea are a protected species. They are rated as one of the most intelligent birds in the world. ..To survive in the hars... More

The Robey Traction Engine.

The Robey Traction Engine.

Robert Robey started business in 1854, manufacturing portable steam engines and thrashing machines. His range of agricultural equipment rapidly expanded; in the Great Exhibition of 1862 "fixed engines, traction... More

African daisy (Osteospermum)

African daisy (Osteospermum)

Native to South Africa, African daisy (Osteospermum) delights gardeners with a profusion of brightly colored flowers throughout the long summer blooming season. This tough plant tolerates drought, poor soil and... More

The Golden Gate Bridge.

The Golden Gate Bridge.

A world famous landmark..Soon after its completion the Golden Gate Bridge already enjoyed worldwide fame, not only because the bridge was breaking records, but also thanks to the elegant Art Deco design of the ... More

Auckland Skyline. NZ

Auckland Skyline. NZ

Auckland is a city of volcanoes, with the ridges of lava flows forming its main thoroughfares and its many cones providing islands of green within the sea of suburbs. As well as being by far the largest, it’s a... More

Burma Star.

Burma Star.

“Burma Star” rose named for veterans who fought in the conflict in Burma during WW2

Tulips aglow.

Tulips aglow.

Currently, there are around 75 wild species of tulips and 150 species in total with over 3000 varieties... The word tulip is derived from a Persian word called delband, which means turban. It is generally be... More

Scaup   NZ  (Daffy Duck)

Scaup NZ (Daffy Duck)

The New Zealand scaup or pāpango is a short, round diving duck. The male is glossy dark brown and black with yellow eyes. The female is dark brown and often has a vertical white band at the base of the bill. Th... More

Quitley flows the Avon. Christchurch.

Quitley flows the Avon. Christchurch.

The Avon River flows through the centre of the city of Christchurch, New Zealand, and out to an estuary, which it shares with the Heathcote River, the Avon Heathcote Estuary.

Cladonia asahinae (commonly known as the pixie cup lichen)

Cladonia asahinae (commonly known as the pixie cup lichen)

A club lichen, this species is typically found on acidic soil on rotting wood, moss or humus that covers tree bases. Its definitive feature is that it terminates in a flaring cup that when touched will release ... More

Cactus.

Cactus.

Cactus is the singular word for the plant, cacti or cactuses are the plural forms..Cacti are native to the Americas, ranging from Patagonia in South America through to areas of western Canada. One species, Rhip... More

Adnate on Kilmore Street, Christchurch.

Adnate on Kilmore Street, Christchurch.

Melbourne based street artist Adnate has become known as one of the foremost large-scale portrait painters in the world street art scene, his distinctive spray paint style influenced by the renaissance painters... More

Bull on a Piano.

Bull on a Piano.

A 1.7-tonne bronze bull atop a grand piano, which became a symbol of hope in an earthquake-ravaged city, will make Christchurch its new home. .The work, Michael Parekowhai's On First Looking into Chapman's Home... More

The seasons are changing.

The seasons are changing.

Autumn leaf color is a phenomenon that affects the normally green leaves of many deciduous trees and shrubs by which they take on, during a few weeks in the autumn season, various shades of red, yellow, purple,... More

The Jetty Frankton Arm Queenstown,

The Jetty Frankton Arm Queenstown,

The Frankton Walkway takes approximately 1 1/2 hours to walk from the Queenstown Gardens to the Frankton Reserve at the head of the Frankton Arm of Lake Wakatipu. It is the perfect track for a family bike ride ... More

1937 Cord 812 1937.

1937 Cord 812 1937.

Cord was the brand name of an American automobile company from Connersville, Indiana, manufactured by the Auburn Automobile Company from 1929 through 1932 and again in 1936 and 1937...The Cord Corporation was f... More

1936 Lagonda SS

1936 Lagonda SS

This 1936 Lagonda LG45 4½-Litre is a magnificent motor car, its chassis/engine number was only the second model produced in 1936 and as such the car was used as a factory demonstrator/runabout until it was sold... More

The Esplanade building. Singapore.

The Esplanade building. Singapore.

The Esplanade Building is also known as the “Durian”--"-a smelly and spiky tropical fruit", the dome-shaped structure with its “spiky look” overlooks Marina Bay at the waterfront...The Esplanade Building is a s... More

Ruakaka Beach. Bream Bay.  NZ.

Ruakaka Beach. Bream Bay. NZ.

Bream Bay is a locality and bay on the east coast of New Zealand. Captain James Cook named this area to include the bay itself, but also some surrounding locations, stretching north to Whangarei and south to Mangawhai

Proud as a Peacock.

Proud as a Peacock.

Interesting Peacock Facts:.Male peafowl is called peacock while female is called peahen..They are one of the largest flying birds. Their length (including tail) can reach 5 feet. They can weigh between 8-13 pou... More

Autumn Lake Tekapo. NZ

Autumn Lake Tekapo. NZ

Interestingly almost all NZ native trees are evergreen so there is no colour change in our native forests! However the European settlers did plant lots of deciduous trees and areas such as Wanaka, Lake Hawea, A... More

Green Sea Turtle. Maui.

Green Sea Turtle. Maui.

Green sea turtle.The green sea turtle, also known as the green turtle, black turtle, or Pacific green turtle..Maui.

Christchurch Botanic Gardens.

Christchurch Botanic Gardens.

Founded in 1863 with the planting of an English oak tree, the Christchurch Botanic Gardens have grown from small beginnings to become a much-loved destination for Cantabrians and visitors alike. Over the years ... More

A couple of strays.

A couple of strays.

Stray cats can be a problem for the whole community, especially if they're not spayed or neutered.

Produce market. Batac City. Philippines.

Produce market. Batac City. Philippines.

The Batac City Public Market touted as one of the biggest in the region offers a wide array of goods - freshly picked local vegetables and fruits, handicrafts, tincrafts, pottery, native delicacies, chicharon, ... More

Macaque Monkey

Macaque Monkey

Macaque Monkeys..Macaques live in many different habitats across the globe, making them the most widely distributed genus of nonhuman primates. Macaques (especially Macaca mulatta and M. fascicularis) are commo... More

2014 Mclaren MP4 12c Coupe.FZ200

2014 Mclaren MP4 12c Coupe.FZ200

McLaren Automotive, commonly referred to as McLaren, is a British automotive manufacturer of high-performance vehicles. The company was established as McLaren Cars in 1989 as a producer of road cars based on Fo... More

Mallard Female.

Mallard Female.

The male birds (drakes) have a glossy green head and are grey on wings and belly, while the females have mainly brown-speckled plumage. Mallards live in wetlands, eat water plants and small animals, and are gre... More

Sunset pastures.

Sunset pastures.

White horses are born white and stay white throughout their life. White horses may have brown, blue, or hazel eyes. "True white" horses, especially those that carry one of the dominant white (W) genes, are rare... More

Model T Ford Railcar RM4.

Model T Ford Railcar RM4.

In 1925 New Zealand Railways decided to build two lightweight railcars, placed on a one-ton Model T Ford truck chassis, in Wellington’s railway workshops...Their construction was part of a national drive by rai... More

NZ Railways Road Services Building (Former)

NZ Railways Road Services Building (Former)

The building is designed in the 1930s Art Deco style with rounded smoothly plastered corners and horizontal lines. The Bus Services building was constructed at a time when few large buildings were being erected... More

2013 Audi R8 Quattro V10

2013 Audi R8 Quattro V10

The Audi Sport quattro concept was unveiled at the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show to commemorate the 30th anniversary of the original Audi Sport quattro. The show car features angular flat C-pillars, as well as the ... More

2006 Ferrari F430 F1.

2006 Ferrari F430 F1.

2006 Ferrari F430 Berlinetta F1 2dr Coupe Overview..The Ferrari F430 is part of the rich automotive performance history of the famous automaker. As the company's eight cylinder sports car, the F430 was recently... More

Slime mould.

Slime mould.

Slime mold or slime mould is a broad term describing some organisms that use spores to reproduce. Slime molds were formerly classified as fungi but are no longer considered part of this kingdom.. Although not r... More

2006 Ferrari F430 F1

2006 Ferrari F430 F1

Ferrari has revealed its replacement for the 360 Modena, the F430. It’s an aluminium-constructed, mid-engined two-seater, with a compact, 90-degree V8 engine, though with some 483bhp, it’s significantly more po... More

Lica Maersk.

Lica Maersk.

LICA MAERSK.Container Ship Container Ship.IMO: 9190779.MMSI: 219981000.Call Sign: OWAY2.Flag: Denmark (DK).AIS Type: Cargo - Hazard C (Minor).Gross Tonnage: 50721.Deadweight: 63400 t.Length × Breadth: 266.34m ×... More

Immaculate Conception Parish Church (Batac, Ilocos Norte)

Immaculate Conception Parish Church (Batac, Ilocos Norte)

History..In 1587, the Augustinians appointed Fr. Esteban Marin as the first prior of Batac. Another prior, Fr. Pedro de Vivar wrote the “Relacion” retelling Diego Silang's rise against the Spaniards in 1762. In... More

Two International Finance Centre.HK

Two International Finance Centre.HK

The tallest building on Hong Kong Island.

Approaching storm. Hannah's Beach Resort  Philippines.

Approaching storm. Hannah's Beach Resort Philippines.

Nestled among endless turquoise waters and powdery white sand in Pagudpud is a seven-hectare exclusive paradise that is emerging to be the crown jewel of Ilocos Norte...Even before entering Hannah's Beach Resor... More

Fishing boats. Ilocos Norte.Philippines.

Fishing boats. Ilocos Norte.Philippines.

Fishing boat. Pagudpud.Ilocos Norte, Philippines..Unlike a single-hulled canoe, an outrigger or double-hull canoe generates stability as a result of the distance between its hulls rather than due to the shape o... More

Teddy Dahl. Dahlia.

Teddy Dahl. Dahlia.

Dahlias are considered one of the most spectacular garden flowers. There is a great variety of form in dahlias, from the showy dinner-plate size to the bright, little single ones...Dahlias are natives of the mo... More

Traffic Laoag. Ilocos Norte.

Traffic Laoag. Ilocos Norte.

Looking for a cheap ride that will drop one off at the exact address? A cab is too expensive and a jeepney will only go so far. A bus won’t fit in alleys. So what’s the remaining option? A tricycle ride...The t... More

Serendipity.

Serendipity.

If you are new to growing roses and wish to grow one without too much effort, than Serendipity is highly recommended to you. Nothing seems to bother it during the summer and even in autumn when many other roses... More

Under the Christmas tree.

Under the Christmas tree.

Why do we have a decorated Christmas Tree? In the 7th century a monk from Crediton, Devonshire, went to Germany to teach the Word of God. He did many good works there, and spent much time in Thuringia, an area ... More

Burma Star.

Burma Star.

“Burma Star” rose named for veterans who fought in the conflict in Burma during WW2

Bougainvillea

Bougainvillea

Because the bougainvillea plant is salt-tolerant, drought-resistant and survives in warm climates, it is commonly seen in warm coastal areas, such as southern California. Bougainvillea does well in larger plant... More

Saddle Back NZ

Saddle Back NZ

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The Red Bicycle.

The Red Bicycle.

A bicycle, often called a bike or cycle, is a human-powered, pedal-driven, single-track vehicle, having two wheels attached to a frame, one behind the other. A bicycle rider is called a cyclist, or bicyclist...... More

Anemones.

Anemones.

Corals, sea anemones and jellyfish all belong to the same large group of animals – cnidarians. The name comes from the Greek ‘knide’, meaning nettle – they carry a sharp sting in their tentacles

Auckland waterfront.NZ

Auckland waterfront.NZ

The Auckland Ferry Terminal, sometimes called the Downtown Ferry Terminal or simply Ferry Building, is the hub of the Auckland ferry network that connects Auckland City with suburbs in North Shore, west Aucklan... More