Kaitaia

Kaitaia

So wanderlust and itchy feet may not be the only thing I’ve inherited from my family.

Over the weekend, my parents flew from Taupo to Kaitaia – my dad took his friend’s plane up, and then took a Cessna 172 back, at times flying next to the Tecnam Sierra now flown by his friend.  This evening, my mother sent me these pictures, taken September 19-21.  I’ve been teased before about some of the things that always turn up in my photos, but looking at my mother’s, there’s definitely some similar subject matter.

There’s “process pictures” – in this case, pictures of gum collection, which I’m promised more information on later.

There’s “setting pictures” that try to describe the differences between spaces or things which exist everywhere – like houses, rooms, transportation, and restaurants – but vary from place to place.

There are pictures of other pictures, and pictures of things that catch our eye because of a name or number or pattern.

And finally, there are pictures taken out of the window – in this case, out the window of each plane on the way there on the way back.  In the last set, there are good shots of the Tecnam Sierra they flew on the way out.

This week, I’ll post examples of each from my pictures.