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Camera – ceremony: John Healey
Camera: Michael Jeans
Post production: Olivier Pirard
Web publishing: Michael Jeans
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Prime advertising space, for our school jubilee later in the year, facing Easter traffic travelling south into Cambridge on SH1. For details click here. You can also download the registration form here [PDF 280KB].
Kids Kart drivers Dylan Ferguson, Mark Johnson, Anthony Slaney behind, Julia Barugh, Tammy Johnson, Tayla Wenn behind, Nessie Turan, Gemma Oliver behind, Rachel Clark, Taylor Scott, Luke Harrison front at this evening’s Cambridge-Te Awamutu Harness Racing Club meeting at Cambridge Raceway, Cambridge New Zealand. A full set of proofs from this evening can be found at hotshotstogo.co.nz.
There are more photos in the day gallery for 26/3/2010.
The under 14 girls age group start their swim at 9.03am this morning – at Lake Karapiro, Waikato, New Zealand, today, Thursday the 25th of March 2010. Teams races begin at 1pm. Details here. There are also a handful of photos in the day gallery.
The closing date for entries to the Environmental Art Photography Challenge 2010 has been extended to immediately after Easter, Tuesday 6th April 2010.
One of hundreds of mini tutorials by Salman Khan. Enjoy. Website & the YouTube channel. And another.
The Leamington Medical Centre team at today’s Cambridge Molenberg SUB Event held annually from the Cambridge Pole Grounds in Lamb Street Leamington. There are a few more photos in the day gallery.
Thomas Mayo Chief Executive Officer of Karapiro 2010 Ltd enthusiastically describes preparations for the 2010 World Rowing Cup to visiting members of the Te Awamutu and Cambridge Chambers of Commerce at the new facilities at Lake Karapiro on the Waikato River, Waikato, New Zealand today, Thursday, the 18th of March 2010.
Written in June last year and presented yesterday the 17 March 2010 to Cambridge Men’s Probus Club here is the text of Dad’s Memories presentation.
Bruce Jeans | Animal Stories | Memories of Whitehall
As a boy I grew up on the farm in Whitehall eight miles out of Cambridge and spent all of my working life on that farm. During that period I experienced many aspects of animal and bird behaviour and looking back I realise that our so called domesticated animals still retain some elements of their wild ancestors’ instinct for survival and sometimes even seem almost to think in human terms.
The following incidents are drawn from those memories and from stories I was told starting with a story of a cat told by my mother.
Smart and just a tad clever in a PR sort of way. Nice idea though – here is another (this one is a time waster!!) – BoomShakalaka.
Cambridge born and bred Michael Jeans has been a professional photographer for three decades. Wedding, portraiture and events photography have been the mainstays of Michael’s business as he has continued a passionate lifelong interest in what he calls – contemporary history photography – recording the people, places and events about him. www.michaeljeans.co.nz Michael’s website/blog which has just celebrated it’s 1100th posting includes a treasure trove of over 650 Cambridge / Leamington items – quite apart from those about Lake Karapiro, Whitehall and other local subjects and stories – a permanent online record of the vibrancy and beauty of our place – on call 24 hours a day! Michael works closely with photographer and chamber member Dianna Spitalny of Hot Shots To Go in Duke Street.
I spend a brief seven or so hours at Pukekura Park in New Plymouth today. A delightful time of relaxing, people watching and music. Surprisingly not that much photo making. Highlight for me is the band of brothers – Hypnotic Brass Ensemble – wonderful. Yes, there are some photos here.
At Pukekura today Saturday the 6th of March 2010. I think this is the 6th annual Hillcrest School get together. Proofs here.
Note: Most images published here will be unavailable shortly and until about 1AM tomorrow morning, Saturday, 06/03/2010. This is to allow for upgrade and maintenance work on my image server. Apologies for the inconvenience.
Registration forms will be available this coming week for the Karapiro, Whitehall, Taotaoroa & Karapiro Hydro Schools’ 125th Jubilee in September. For more information go to the Jubilee website. A big special thanks to Karen May.
More here. Daily Show ETA? – April apparently.