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Traveling through time and space & Doing timey wimy stuff.

  As part of the twenty anniversary of Hong Kong as a Special Administration Region… there’s an exhibition that’s running in between 20th June to 30th November 2017 in which is Infinitely Hong Kong – Impression … in which is run by the City Gallery  sits in 3 Edinburgh Place, Central, Hong Kong (Next to …

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#YesterdayInAuckland |#Auckland Afternoon wintery – 11- August 2017- One tree Hill – Maungakiekie- A Gallery

August 12, 2017


 

 

One tree Hill – Maungakiekie One 11- August 2017-  day  the summit is located in the heart of Auckland City New Zealand, in which it sits in between Epsom, Royal Oak, Greenlane, also Onehunga…  One Tree Hill Can be describe as an organic viewing platform like how long time ago like in Victoria Peak in Already Tomorrow in Hong Kong,  but without all the modern commercial amenities in which Victoria Peak has.. In which the Summit has constantly retains is organic Edwardian look with its rich colonial past as to its previous historically nature as it was once was a Fortified Pa Maori Site village in which numerous archaeological features still can be found while the present has caught it up with it past…

One winter afternoon day is the looking in between two harbours, Manukau to towards the Waitemata harbour……

Among viewing from the summit, it’s also the final resting place one of the founding fathers of Auckland Sir Logan Campbell, in which he’s rested in the same location where once the Marae- a community meeting house hall.. Among nearby is a flatbed in which is lowered is where the Pa’s Chieftain Residence once located…

 

Among its previous past of as great strategic viewing location for defenses, now presently it’s now a civilian kind, for the people to view organically of Auckland has a whole instead of the Inorganic view of Sky Tower in Victoria Street.. Among also its civilian use is the obelisk is the most visible Auckland Landmark in which is a memorial to the Maori People also a visual observation referencing landmark for incoming aircraft to land at Jean Batten International Airport- Auckland International Airport…..

 

During wartime.. World war two One Tree Hill, Cornwall Park was once a United States military barracks in which this area field was place where it’s training also a well played rugby..

Viewing from the vantage point, you can see most of the viewing range of the Waitemata harbour, towards northward of Albany- As to the southward is the rural Boundaries of Auckland, swing around that view is Thames, Coromandel….. Westward is the beyond the Waitakere’s ranges towards Piha towards the Tasman Ocean…

  On a wintery frozen 5th August 2017 Auckland – New Zealand night just before the Full moon, the Moon was heading into its ninety percent Waxing Gibbous in which, in the following proceeding days there was a Partial Lunar Eclipse in motion on in between the seventh, eighth of August 2017 as seen in …

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On a very misty wintery Friday, ‎4 ‎August ‎2017 Auckland-New Zealand, the wintery night skies was frozen clear, in which was frozen clear still on that night till the wintery mist came along…The Planet Jupiter in which is settling down very early west wise towards the Waitakere’s Piha Beach direction.   Throughout in the winter season …

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#iPhonePhotography |冬月 #winters #Moon- 1st August 2017- Auckland before the rainy deluge- A Gallery-

August 2, 2017


 

It’s the second of August 2017 today, in which as I’m Keyboarding also uploading, today in Auckland it’s basically wintery cloudy with an on setting of a rain that coming towards Auckland, towards North Island- New Zealand also.. Also continuing towards Orewa Great Barrier island so drive safe everyone in the rain..

 

Last Night it was modest window, of observation in the wintery night sky… the crowds got to manageable on last night see the Summery Autumn Planet Jupiter in bodice of the constellation of Virgo with its four Galilean Moons, while it was a few moment of when Wintery Saturn where you still see the presences of the rings that surrounds the second largest Gaseous planet in the Solar System…

 

This is where Apollo 11 Astronauts landed on the Jade Rabbit also known as the sea of tranquility

Last night was interesting, not only yesterday In Auckland, that there was two halo’s present during the day mostly during the afternoon but during the night as a moon halo it was least bright due to the fifty percent waxing Gibbous of the moon how ever given it was full moon , the light from the Halo ring willingly greatly intensified..  As it was misty last night it was, looking at the moon Luna through a mist helps to  look at the great details of the Luna Surface like a moonlight filter  in  which sometime to much moonlight brightness can sometimes often hides the smallest amount of details..

 

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