In New Zealand the weather can change drastically day to day, nowhere more so than in Dunedin. Yesterday the weather was pretty dull but I still ended up heading to some little local view points to try and get some photos. The idea was that maybe I would get some┬ástormy sights but who knows, maybe they would look pretty cool. As it turned out that was not the case… not even close!

The when we got to the top of Signal Hill overlooking the bay visibility was down to just a few meters. There wasn’t much point taking any pictures as it was just mist and fog,
however I am glad I took some anyway to use as a comparison for today. Today has been glorious,

a perfect summers day at the very start of spring. It may have only been 16 degrees but there was only one tiny cloud in the sky (looking quite pitiful may I add!) and the sun was blazing so it was pretty perfect to be honest with you. Take a look at the pictures below to highlight just how different 24 hours in Dunedin can really be.

 

I think all those pictures just go to show how different this place can be an that even if you have a crappy day all you need to do is wait 24 hours and try again!

Bonus Pics: Here are some more pics of my little outing for anyone interested.

 

 

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One Reply to “What a difference a day makes…”

  1. You got out of the habit of posting your blog and that made me get out of the habit to keep looking!! So I have had a bit of catching up to do.
    So pleased to hear from you again – I was beginning to think that work had captured you ­čÖé
    Your what a difference a day makes was experienced here yesterday in 12 hours – cold a misty morning; glorious afternoon. Admittedly not the same views to photograph.
    keep the news coming and enjoy your weekends
    love auntie Susie

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