1 July 2018

Te Kō Utu Park Cambridge Domain Waikato New Zealand

Te Kō Utu Park Cambridge Domain Waikato New Zealand

On a mission of sorts. Half time. Have been cross posting during June. This will continue during July. Comparing the mechanics and usefulness of web platforms used, or ignored, over the past decade or so. ello.co far and away the easier and most elegant posting experience of all; vies with Behance as a digital creatives market space. Dropbox for file naming, transfer, storage & cloud backup. Facebook & Google+, Instagram and this; long overdue (18 months and counting), Google Keep for notes, composition & transfer between devices. opuahau.nz (fun & easy to maintain once you know the ropes) built on Adobe Portfolio; comes with Creative Cloud Photography planPinterest (more soon) & Pocket (URL collecting), RocketSpark (Cambridge’s own), keywords (compiled in Google Sheets) and distributed, LinkedIn, Neighbourly (Leamington NZ & etc ..) Tumblr, Twitter, Zenfolio & Blurb, the list goes on ..

Roundabout at Cook, Pope & Victoria Bridge (Waikato River), Leamington, Waikato, New Zealand. 29 June 2018

Roundabout at Cook, Pope & Victoria Bridge (Waikato River), Leamington, Waikato, New Zealand. 29 June 2018

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Victoria Bridge from Cook Street Leamington 5/2/2014

Victoria Bridge from Leamington 5-Feb-14 09:45

Victoria Bridge from Leamington 5-Feb-14 09:45

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A lick and a polish; Victoria Bridge Cambridge New Zealand

Victoria Bridge Cambridge New Zealand

Victoria Bridge Cambridge New Zealand

Closed for resurfacing this vital link in our infrastructure (one of two bridges connecting Cambridge with Leamington across the Waikato River we need both and could do with a strategy to build a third) will open again at around 11pm this evening. So, while they were at it the ‘grand old lady’ got a bit of a late spring clean at the same time. All good.

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Peter Lee Cambridge New Zealand

Peter Lee 29/09/2010

Photo: Victoria Street / Victoria Bridge 29 October 2010

Peter Lee |   Visit Guest Book

LEE, Peter. On November 21 2011 peacefully after losing the battle with cancer, surrounded by his loving family, at his home in Cambridge. Aged 60 years. Darling husband of Judi, much loved father and father in law of Michael and Tracey, Natasha and Philip, Rebecca, and Robert and Anja; beloved Poppa of Isabella Rose, Ryder, Pepa, Max, and Milan. A huge loss to us all, dearly loved by all his family, many friends, and the community. Rest in Peace Pete. Requiem Mass will be celebrated at St Peter’s Catholic Church, Cambridge on Friday November 25 2011 at 7.00pm. All welcome. A service to celebrate Peter’s life will be held at St Andrew’s Anglican Church, Cambridge on Saturday at 10.00am to be followed by private cremation. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Salvation Army (for homecare) would be appreciated and may be left in the donation box which will be provided at both services. Taupo Funeral Services Ltd FDANZ

Published in The New Zealand Herald on 23 November 2011

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Cambridge New Zealand gets its bridge back

And how rude  – I didn’t even ask these two Cambridge High School students their names – wandering quietly as they were at 1:30 in the afternoon (with a friend who did not wish to be photographed) across the freshly re-open Victoria Bridge eating GelatAmore Ice Creamsbtw yes, exams!!

Victoria Bridge Cambridge New Zealand

Fieldays traffic Cambridge New Zealand

A yearly occurrence with Ag. Fieldays week traffic flowing through and about our town. Mystery Creek is 14 kilometres to the west. Our bridges are the confluence of north south, east west traffic traversing the Waikato River. It’s not all that bad, seems it has been worse in the past, some hold ups morning and night but that’s about it. Town is always pretty quite during Fieldays week.

17:02 Victoria Street approach to Victoria Bridge over the Waikato River

Tuesday walking group

Tuesday walking group

The Tuesday walking group pause in Cook Street, Leamington, New Zealand this morning the 12th of January 2010 for a photograph. Behind them is Victoria Bridge (they have just crossed it from Cambridge beyond) which has spanned the Waikato River for 100 years. This walking group – there are others – has been in existence for twelve years.

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