"Bucket fountain" Cuba Street, Wellington.
I think we could have figured that out for ourselves.
Dawn cloud over Wellington
A musical performance is always enhanced by lighting up the surrounding trees in funny colours. Wellington Botanic Gardens, Summer City concert, January 2015.
Are you supposed to use this toilet-side device to scrape the mud off your boots, rest a suitcase on, or what?
I hope not a sniper on roof of 49 Boulcott St, Wellington. More probably a photographer; but what was he photographing at that height?
The back end of Santa's supercharged sleigh.
Seasonal graffito: Dec 2013.
A typographically interesting word, as John Updike pointed out: Almost makes sense back-to-front, but not quite.
Precarious balcony, Naenae NZ. Since demolished, leaving the bare concrete platform. I hope the door is permanently locked.
Thunderbird cafe Wellington
No, Wellington Railway Station is not offering hair-cutting services: These are giant Doric candy-canes for Christmas.
Leaning man, Wellington, New Zealand. THIS MAKES MY TOES CRINGE WITH PAIN!
By Stewart Baird (New Zealand)
Many restaurants, bars and cafés are located along, or near, Cuba Street - Wellington - NZ
Street Art. Cuba Street. Wellington.
Cuba Street, Wellington
Snap on Cuba Street: A taste of the soul of Wellington, New Zealand.
wellington art icons - PROPS FOR BIGGER ANIMALS TO PLAY ON IN POSTER MAYBE Sculpture: Ruaumoko Artist: Ralph Hotere & Mary McFarlane Material: Various Date: 1998 Location: Corner of Lambton Quay and Stout Street