Sala Street Cemetery
This is my favourite angel in the Rotorua Sala Street cemetery
It is really beautiful with all the aging headstones, the moss, the lichen and the peace of the people's resting places.
Going with a friend taking photographs enhances the experience.
It makes you feel like writing poetry and singing.
Te Puea Orchard. on the way to Whakatane, best braeburn apples in the world
These apples are so fresh and crunchy.
We go out at least three times in the Autumn to pick them.
I eat around three or four apples a day and it's amazing how good they make you feel health wise.
Of course the act of picking them in this wonderful environment is very good for the soul
Rotorua Tree Trust above Waiariki, gorgeous display every year and a nice walk
This is near the entrance.
Keep on going into the park about 3 minutes up the road and near a gate with a stile you will see this relatively new planted walk.
The new Japanese maple walk is great. I hadn't been there before, Jing took me and introduced me to something special.
Horse chestnuts in the grounds of SCION
The Rotorua lakefront walk is dotted with deciduous trees.
If you make a habit of going down to the lakefront in the morning during all weathers you will see some fantastic sights of people interacting with the birds.
The autumn early morning light is gorgeous on Mokoia Island.
Creative Quote of the day
I trust in nature for the stable laws of beauty and utility. Spring shall plant and garner to the end of time. Robert Browning
Come and paint beautiful water colour scenes with me in my Rotorua studio.
Water colour painting classes in June
Monday and Tuesday nights from 6pm to 9pm
Book now and bring the Autumn colours alive on your paper.
Janet Keen Mosaic and Painting School
374 Clayton Road, Rotorua
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