For years, we’ve groaned about the changing of our clocks twice a year. It messes with our systems and causes sleep deprivation. The sun sets far too late or far too early.
Yet, for wildlife photographers, this biannual ritual can lead to some cool pictures.
Embrace Daylight Savings Time. Continue reading
Four months in to my stay in New Zealand, I was astonished to learn that turn signals should be used in roundabouts.
I had been listening to a talk show on the radio in which callers discussed their greatest annoyances. One person said that she became annoyed “when people don’t use turn signals in roundabouts.”
My first thought was, “You’re supposed to do that? Oops.” Continue reading
Last week, Christchurch’s Port Hills were on fire. Word is that an electrical fault started it, sparks igniting the golden grasses.
I could see the fire for nearly the whole week at work.
This was the first time I’ve seen a wildfire. Plumes of smoke rose high. Continue reading