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Monday, 29 September 2014

Quips & Quotes

Derek Prince: Faith must be confessed, faith must act, faith must be tested.

Sunday, 28 September 2014

Living the Dream

"Professional Photo Shoot Dream Realized: Woman moved to Redding two years ago and started following the blog of a leading photographer. Her dream was to have a photo shoot with the photographer but the cost was way outside her ability. Two years later she received a random PERSONAL phone call FROM THE PHOTOGRAPHER saying “We were looking back on who has commented the most on our blog and you have, by far, been the most encouraging. We would like to thank you by giving you a free photo-shoot.” Deborah K, Redding, CA"

Living the Dream, a series of true and verified stories of real people who have encountered God for themselves and have learnt to apply His principles in their normal everyday world, sourced from Dream Culture: Bringing your Dreams to Life

My World

Modern playground photograph
Modern playground
A 5x-weekly photograph from around Hawke's Bay J

Saturday, 27 September 2014

My World

Discerning readers photograph
Discerning readers
A 5x-weekly photograph from around Hawke's Bay J

Friday, 26 September 2014

My World

Common cold killers photograph
Common cold killers
A 5x-weekly photograph from around Hawke's Bay J

Tuesday, 23 September 2014

Spice of Life

My choice from a week's work at Hawke's Bay Today J
(including at times, photos for the Napier Courier, the Hastings Leader
the Havelock North Village Press and/or The Link)

Sarah van Der Kley and Martin Good, co-hosts on the radio breakfast show on The Hits, were tattooed by Emma Kerr, tattoo artist at Spacifik Ink Tattoo Studio, Napier, in support of a fundraiser for Melinda de Vos, Napier, to get tattoos to cover up her burn scars. photograph
Ouch!
Sarah van Der Kley and Martin Good, co-hosts on the radio breakfast show on The Hits, were tattooed by Emma Kerr, tattoo artist at Spacifik Ink Tattoo Studio, Napier, in support of a fundraiser for Melinda de Vos, Napier, to get tattoos to cover up her burn scars.

L-R: Natalie Biggs, administrator,  Malcolm Dixon, retiring principal, Pauline Carswell, associate principal, Frimley School, Hastings. Function held at Lindisfarne College to farewell Malcolm Dixon, retiring after 21 years, to take up role as councillor on the Hastings District Council. Natalie Biggs has been at the school 23 years, Pauline Carswell has been at the school 22 years. photograph
New boy retires
L-R: Natalie Biggs, administrator,  Malcolm Dixon, retiring principal, Pauline Carswell, associate principal, Frimley School, Hastings. Function held at Lindisfarne College to farewell Malcolm Dixon, retiring after 21 years, to take up role as councillor on the Hastings District Council. Natalie Biggs has been at the school 23 years, Pauline Carswell has been at the school 22 years.

Ryan Tongia runs in to score a try after the final hooter. Hawke's Bay Magpies beat Bay of Plenty Steamers 36-17, to retain the Ranfurly Shield. Battle of the Bays rugby at McLean Park, Napier. photograph
Knock'em flying
Ryan Tongia runs in to score a try after the final hooter. Hawke's Bay Magpies beat Bay of Plenty Steamers 36-17, to retain the Ranfurly Shield. Battle of the Bays rugby at McLean Park, Napier.

Ryan Tongia celebrates after scoring a try after the final hooter. Hawke's Bay Magpies beat Bay of Plenty Steamers 36-17, to retain the Ranfurly Shield. Battle of the Bays rugby at McLean Park, Napier. photograph
Smashed them
Ryan Tongia celebrates after scoring a try after the final hooter. Hawke's Bay Magpies beat Bay of Plenty Steamers 36-17, to retain the Ranfurly Shield. Battle of the Bays rugby at McLean Park, Napier.

Aidan Scott, 4, Clive, gets to touch the Ranfurly Shield after Hawke's Bay Magpies beat Bay of Plenty Steamers 36-17, Battle of the Bays, rugby at McLean Park, Napier. photograph
Starry eyed
Aidan Scott, 4, Clive, gets to touch the Ranfurly Shield after Hawke's Bay Magpies beat Bay of Plenty Steamers 36-17, Battle of the Bays, rugby at McLean Park, Napier.

7-35pm Craig Foss announces the first results at an election night party for the National Party in Tukituki electorate, at No 5 Cafe, Golflands, Mangateretere, Hastings. photograph
Winning smile
7-35pm Craig Foss announces the first results at an election night party for the National Party in Tukituki electorate, at No 5 Cafe, Golflands, Mangateretere, Hastings.

L-R: Wirangi Parata, 16, Meka Whaitiri, Nohorua Parata, 18, take a family selfie at an election night party for the Labour Party in Ikaroa Rawhiti electorate, at Clive Rugby Club, Clive, Hastings. photograph
Meka's boys
L-R: Wirangi Parata, 16, Meka Whaitiri, Nohorua Parata, 18, take a family selfie at an election night party for the Labour Party in Ikaroa Rawhiti electorate, at Clive Rugby Club, Clive, Hastings.

L-R: Marilyn Scott, John Ruth, Barbara Byford, Malcolm Byford, Roger McNeill, all from Hastings,with Andrew Seager from Te Hauke, pictured at a combined election night party for the Green Party in the Tukituki, Napier and Ikaroa Rawhiti electorates, at St Martin's Hall, Hastings. photograph
Love New Zealand
L-R: Marilyn Scott, John Ruth, Barbara Byford, Malcolm Byford, Roger McNeill, all from Hastings,with Andrew Seager from Te Hauke, pictured at a combined election night party for the Green Party in the Tukituki, Napier and Ikaroa Rawhiti electorates, at St Martin's Hall, Hastings.

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Monday, 22 September 2014