A Trip to Australia and New Zealand

An overcast Sunday morning in the heart of Dunedin at the Octagon with the statue of Robert Burns and some of the older buildings including the town hall and the cathedral. (So much drizzle that it was impossible to keep the lens dry.) The poet was highly thought of by the town's earliest pioneers and his poems were seen to be an affirmation of the value of their Scottish heritage.

Statue Robert Burns

street reflection


First Church of Otagao

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