Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Napier, New Zealand

We traveled from Wellington up the east coast to the village of Napier.  It is known for its art deco architecture and the largest gannet colony in the world.  This photo reminds me of almost all the villages we have visited.  They all have beautiful little parks and well tended flower gardens in the center of town, all year long.  (This photo was taken late at night without a tripod.)

4 comments:

Thoughtfully Blended Hearts said...

Those flowers are so gorgeous...the town must be wonderful!!!

diane b said...

Beautiful flowers but I see the famous NZ rain has been.

Aina said...

I've looked at your pictures from New Zealand. Many great pictures. Looks like you have had a very nice trip.

Sandra said...

a blanket of purple flowers. beautiful