For the aye of the beholder

Some sights from around NZ
I harvested today
& others
that were gathered
over time

A web of connections

a web of spiders

a mirror of skied towers

a telling of truth

a ripple of black & brown sand

a ripple of roads

glowing stars on the shore

cooling bodies in the surf

steamy scenes from Rotorua

peaceful scenes on Auckland’s shores

a road that leads to …

… surprising places

Red faces without shame

Southern alps & stunning lakes

One for Julie


& a gift from a friend –
my name in Japanese.

This in turn is a wee gift to you



March 29, 2011. Uncategorized.


  1. Michael Skaggs replied:

    Thanks for the aye catching stroll!

    A nice pleasant walk to come home too!

    Cheers my friend

  2. alex robinson replied:

    Welcome home m’dear – always a pleasure to walk with you!

  3. Duke replied:

    Great shots .. thank you for sharing with us.

  4. paulo replied:

    bring on the visual poetry ( not bombs ) :P

  5. alex robinson replied:

    Aye Paulo, the healing power of beauty!

  6. Tekapo Snow replied:

    Hey Alex

    Thanks for the memories and the syncs.

    Ah beautiful New Zealand and it’s lovely people. There’s nothing better for the soul.

    Julie :)

  7. alex robinson replied:

    Heya Julie – so many syncs now – so many connections, so many stories being translated into ‘reality’ – there’s both magic & madness here by the barrel load! I think I’m going to go with magic … or then again … :)

    Love to you & Andrew

  8. aferrismoon replied:

    NZ has such great differences of land and seascape.

    I’ll go for SKYLIGHTS as my fave


    • alex robinson replied:

      That it does Mr Moon, but there’s a ‘feel’ that ties it all together. I’m rather partial to skylights too
      Am off to steamy Rotorua today avec camera – so more pics may follow.


  9. tom replied:

    Maori art, abalone eyes, from roads into the southern skies.
    A soulful feast, thanks for sharing.


  10. Ferdinand replied:

    Beautiful :)

  11. alex robinson replied:

    Tom & Kyle – thank you most kindly for your comments.

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