Christmas Fun Competition “Frozen in Time” Now is the time to start making images for the Christmas competition. As always this is for fun and should be treated as such. Think about the subject, be
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Field-Trip: Waiau Wall at Woodchester Station - 5th May 2019 Trip Leader: Caro C Trip Report: Kath A wonderful day exploring Woodchester Station with Rebekah who showed us the big slip where the side of
Field trip – River Walk in Avonside - 24th April 2019 Trip Leader: Maureen Report: Judy A On the 24th April a small group gathered to walk in the vicinity of the Avon River near
Field Trip: Autumn in the Mackenzie Country - 26th to 28th April 2019 Trip Leaders: Ann & Peter Trip Report: Pol S Sixteen of us met up on Friday evening at Peter’s bach in Otematata
Quail Island NPSNZ Field Trip Date: 13th April 2019 Trip Leader: Barry D Trip Report: Barry D Quail Island is just a short ferry ride from Lyttelton and amongst other attributes is the largest island
Field-Trip: Totara Stumps - Banks Peninsula Date: 30th March 2019 Leader: Judy L Trip Report: Judy L Challenge: – Wind, Cloud and Sculpture We were certainly given the conditions to meet the challenges. Ten fellow
Westport Field-Trip 22nd To 24th March 2019 Trip Leaders: Peter & Katherine Trip Report: Sue B All 22 participants arrived at varying times on Friday 22nd March. Most of us went to Tauranga Bay for
Christchurch Botanic Gardens Field-Trip Wednesday 20th March 2019 Trip Leader: Liz C Report by: Kevin D Eight keen NPS members met at the Kiosk in the gardens at 9.30am. The weather was beautiful. Liz gave
Edmonds Garden Field Trip - 27th Feb 2019 Trip Leader: Bob W. Trip Report: Carolyn E. About a dozen keen photographers met on a rather cool, overcast morning in February. It was good to see
Field trip to Lyttelton - 23 Feb 2019 Trip Leader: Jillian W. Trip Report: Judy A. Given that the weather forecast was a bit dubious, we were lucky that the rain held off enough for