Quite like the result though. The first of four books due for publication May / June 2011.
The second in a series of four Blurb books for publication by 1 July 2011. Getting there. I didn’t make this one; Fliss did. I did take the bulk of the photographs though. This sequence was amusing when I made it – it seems even more so now.
Cambridge New Zealand there appears to be a circus in town
Denise Hattie (left) presents Karen Emanuel with flowers at the 6th birthday celebration of In 2 Connect Cambridge at Powerhouse Karapiro Tuesday the 25th of May 2011.
And of course we are launching forth into that disagreeable season of the Big Little Town or is it Little Big Town promotion that Fieldays inflicts upon Cambridge once a year. Grr.
The Waikato Independent where have I heard that name before? established in 1904 in Cambridge New Zealand
No, it’s not original – I think that’s the point isn’t it?
There are more photos here. 100 years of scouting in Cambridge celebrated in Cambridge New Zealand today Saturday the 21st of May 2011.
Building books with Blurb. There are four – yes four – in the pipeline – each very, very different. Due dates 1 July 2011.
Jay is in studio between 3.30pm-4.30pm this afternoon. That would be right now! Tune in, 87.8FM in Cambridge New Zealand or online at switchfmradio.co.nz. Drop Jay a line at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cambridge and Leamington (by association) and the fact it forms half of our town, has had the marketing byline Town of Trees for some time. It works. Yes, there is the addition but lets just stick with this for the moment. Most of the trees lining the streets, on both sides of the river, are exotics andContinue reading “Autumn leaf, Shakespeare Street, Leamington New Zealand”
19 Cook Street, Leamington 3432, New Zealand
What’s on Cambridge New Zealand from 13/MAY/2011
St Peter’s Catholic Church, Cambridge New Zealand
The book is called May 2011 because it is being made in May 2011; the first Blurb book I have made although I have tried.
Feijoa hedge, Cambridge Community, Marae 11-May-11 Running parallel to Cambridge Road (which takes you to Te Awamutu and beyond to the south west – Taranaki and all that this entails) – this hedge comprises thirty-six Feijoa trees all producing fruit.
I particularly like this idea and the other almost lighter than air string affair featured in the day gallery.
Julie Grace Fields Of Athenry