I took photos of these things I liked.
Wow what a colour that glaze is.
This Giant Ammonite is 145 million years old. An amateur palaeontologist found it at Taharoa ( South of Kawhia ) on the West Coast of the North Island in 1977. It took 3 days to dig out and a year to glue back together. It weighs 800 kilos!
Children had drawn these butterflies with felt pen on acetate and displayed with the light behind them made a stained glass window. I later saw a bird one.
The daffodils were out in Cornwall Park when we walked around One Tree Hill.
This display had polyanthus, primulas , cinererias below the magnolia stellatas.
We walked passed this meeting of owners of Newfoundland dogs !
There were 10 or 12.
The bays along the Waitemata Harbour were picturesque.
Volcanic Browns Island( Motukorea )
Finally I don't think I have ever had a more interestingly displayed breakfast as this. The Nest at L'Oeuf Cafe ( Mt Albert )
2 soft boiled eggs crusted with sunflower seed in a spun filo nest on a bed of beetroot ketchup feta and mesclun. ( with an avocado side. ) Always like to try avos when on a menu. The coffee was good too.
The others had meals called The Hunter and the Architect.