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Ronald Allison Kells Mason was born in Penrose, Auckland, on 10 January 1905, the son of Francis William Mason and his wife, Jessie Forbes Kells. His father, a perfume maker, died of an accidental overdose of opium in 1913 and he and his elder bro...

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Spring in New Zealand is characterised by extremes - and those extremes can be concentrated into very small areas. Thus dark storm clouds and bright sun are not all that unusual close together.

What really made me stop and take this as I zoomed i...

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John in Sussex, 1992

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This was a magnitude 7 earthquake. Many West Coasters remember the quake as the worst experience of their lives. 

The Inangahua earthquake struck on a wintry morning in May-- the furious and monumental shaking occurred without any foreshocks to w...

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Note for the Logan Square Group.  This is the long ago promised scan of the opening day menu for the cafe at 2537 N. Kedzie, which was called 'Logan Beach' when it first opened.

I went there on my first day of work in Chicago. I went in...

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You didn't enter this house if you weren't ready for an intellectual challenge. And the intellectual challenges I got far exceeded any others I have ever had. I still haven't finished processing the ideas I took away with me from th...

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En route Wellington to Koromiko

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Tintern was a Cistercian monastery and was founded in 1131. Most of the buildings were completed in the following 80 years. It was disestablished in 1536.  In between it had a remarkably tranquil history and was little troubled by the wars and reb...

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Bodiam is a medieval castle beside the River Rother in East Sussex in the south east of england. It is just south of the Kent/Sussex border.

It was built privately in the 14th. century but with royal permission. It almost certainly suited the kin...

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As civilian 707s were retired USAF purchased them all to provide spares for their own fleet of 707 based AWACS. At this point they were all about to go to the metal recyling yards that surround Davis Monthan. The B52s in the background were being ...

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At this time still in New Zealand hands. Gary Joll sold it to Indonesian president Suharto's son, since when it has had a troubled and much publicised history - which has included denial of access to local hunters and climbers.

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This church was built in 1875 and is a typical example of rural New Zealand churches of its era. It is still in use and beautifully preserved and maintained outside and in. This part of the North Island was originally settled by Europeans who purc...

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Southerly aspect from Sutton Quay.

At No.2 Wharf is the 31,727 ton, 177 metre, Log Carrier Crimson Forest of 1999. Her single Mitsubishi Diesel allows a cruising speed of 14.2 knots.

Sanford's 784 ton Trawler Rover (Ex San Rangitoto) is moo...

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