Harris Saddle is situated on the famous “Routeburn Track” on the South Island of New Zealand, this is usually a 2 to 3 day hike, when starting from Key Summit. However keen hikers can do Harris Saddle in a day. Due to its haunting beauty I have done both the overland and the day walk. … More Harris Saddle – a breath of fresh air.
Browns – it is the very essence of earth, for it is the soil, the rocks, the mountains and towering tree trunks. Bruin, Dutch for “brown”, is used in English as a folk term for brown bears. Rich rock faces filled with life, adorable grizzly bears and majestic bald eagles. Delicate little Pikas … More Somethings “Bruin”
Now you see me, now you don’t. The art of camouflage is a necessity for survival in the animal, insects, birds and reptile world. Chameleons are certainly one of the masters of disguise changing colour to suit their changing environment. Whilst others simply morph into their environment as shown here by this Jacky … More Now you see me, now you don’t!!
Still got the Blues – A multitude of blues in varying shades and hues, provide a dazzling and iridescent display. Of course there are the obvious blues, with Brilliant skies and tantalising turquoise waters that shimmer in the sun. But it is the splashes of colour that dart across the skyline, … More Still got the Blues