Sir Paul Reeves Lecturer in Biblical Studies

The 'rural' themed press release photo Leamington / Cambridge greenbelt.

A ‘rural’ themed press release photo Leamington / Cambridge greenbelt 4/3/15 :)

My brother-in-law Donald has been named the first Sir Paul Reeves’ Lecturer in Biblical Studies at St John’s College Auckland. Very cool. The announcement at Anglican Taonga.

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Unloading polo ponies on the greenbelt December 2013

Unloading polo ponies Lamb Street Leamington NZ 22/12/13

Unloading polo ponies Lamb Street Leamington 22/12/13

Digital file | 2013-12-22-Sunday © Michael Jeans | archive 1964 – 2014

At Battle of the Bridge; Leamington v Hautapu 17/08/2013

At the rugby; greenbelt, Carlyle Street, Leamington New Zealand

At the rugby; greenbelt, Carlyle Street, Leamington New Zealand

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2013 BMX National Championships | DAY ONE 29/3/2013

Competitors 2013 New Zealand BMX Nationals Cambridge NZ

Competitors 2013 New Zealand BMX Nationals Cambridge NZ

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Athletic Park boundary greenbelt Cambridge NZ

Athletic Park greenbelt SH1 & Vogal Street CB NZL

Athletic Park greenbelt SH1 & Vogal Street CB NZL

A significant place for me; Athletic Park, Cambridge. That’s it on the left ~ opposite the water tower ~ as you enter Cambridge on SH1 (Hamilton Road) from the north / west.

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Greenbelt avenue Browning Street Leamington New Zealand

Avenue, Browning Street, Leamington New Zealand

Avenue, Browning Street, Leamington New Zealand

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New Zealand Dog Agility Championship

I go for a brief look. The modest though enthusiastic band of spectators is as much a participant in the event as are the talented pairings in the rings. Lots of fun it seems. The rain returns as I join the suitably wet weather clad throng. There are banners, silly wigs and much whooping and hollering. The field; competitors, officials and spectators move from ring to ring in a predetermined order for what appears increasingly complex snakes & ladder obstacle courses. One pair have their own Pippi Longstocking cheerleaders. The subtleties of the obstacle courses are not lost on the casual observer – the missteps particularly – that split second decision to ladder rather than snake instinctively shared with the entire field in a collective sigh.

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