I was inspired to take this photo of revellers this St Patrick’s Day by Jennifer’s theme this week of Shamrock
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Ed’s challenge this week is to post a photo of something more than 100 years old
Completed in 1899, The Parliamentary Library is the oldest of the four buildings that make up the Parliamentary complex in Wellington (the others being Parliament House, the Beehive and Bowen House).
According to wikipedia
The library was designed in Gothic revival style and was fire resistant, being constructed of masonry. It had an iron fire-door separating the library from the main entrance section. This saved the library from the fire of 1907 which destroyed the rest of the (wooden) parliament buildings.
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Te Papa – The Museum of New Zealand is hosting an exhibition to celebrate the 75th anniversary of Air New Zealand. As part of the exhibition the nose section of a 737 has been installed in the forecourt of the museum.
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This shot was taking during a cycle trip my partner and I did in the South Island’s McKenzie Country.
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This is what victory smells like
The smoke from fireworks clears following the Black Caps quarter final victory over the West Indies at the Cricket World Cup
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Part of a sell-out crowd at Wellington Regional Stadium for last Saturday’s Cricket World Cup quarter final between New Zealand and the West Indies
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