A compilation of all the Photos of the Day for your viewing pleasure. I like taking pictures while on trips and, while I am not a professional by any means, I enjoy playing around with the images I take to try and make them look as compelling as I can.

Exploring Tunnel Beach – #photooftheday

Tunnel Beach was something I had read about on the Culturetrip site. The site is great for finding recommendations on almost any place you might be visiting. The site had…

Sunset on Dunedin Beach – #photooftheday

Heading back to our cabin near the beach in Dunedin, we were able to enjoy a nice cool breeze softening the heat of the day. While we didn’t get a…

Dunedin Beach – #photooftheday

Dunedin Beach was just the type of beach any family would love. Vast expanses of sand, gently rolling surf and lots of people having fun. However, we hate beaches. Well,…

Old Wharf – #photooftheday

This old wharf was something we came across as we walked along the beach in Dunedin. The old wharf is at the very end of the beach as it collides…

Visiting Nelson By Car

Visiting Nelson by car should have been quick. We were in Christchurch after all. From Christchurch, it should have been a five-hour drive. However, being the Hancock family, we decided…

Cow In Field Enjoying Grass: A Still Life – #photooftheday

cow in field

Victorian Oamaru – #photooftheday

Victorian Oamaru is a strange blend of steampunk and old, glorious Victorian buildings. If you are not sure of steampunk is, it refers to a blending of Victorian age technology…

Dunedin to Nelson and Back Again

Did you know that there is more than just one ring to rule them all? That is only one of the amazing things we explored while traveling to Nelson, New…

Sinkholes, Luge Riding and Steampunk Trains

This week, in the ongoing adventures of the Hancock familyin New Zealand, we went to a steampunk museum, went luge riding and saw a giant hole. Read on to learn…

Oamaru Street – #photooftheday

We briefly passed this Oamaru Street on our way to Dunedin. Oamaru had it’s heyday during the Victorian Period becoming as large as other major cities of the time like…