15 Aug 2014

Small dark clouds skudded across the sky as Dunedin’s pre-spring weather was swallowed up and transformed into another bout of cold winter snow days. The wind picked up and sped across the top of the water causing white caps, the shags came in from sea taking shelter on the Glenfalloch jetty.  Lining up on the wooden handrails, clinging by the skin of their teeth, taking a battering from the strong southerly that raced up the harbour. 023imageproxy_0791742C68021931DF3D744562E9942B[1]