Not much to tell really.
I was born in Belfast Northern Ireland in 1951. We emigrated (Mum, Dad, Gran and sister Peggy) to Melbourne Australia in 1968. Then in May 1973, we moved again to Christchurch, New Zealand.
When Paul retired we moved further down the coast to Oamaru, so pleased that we did, we missed the earthquakes in Christchurch don’t think they would have done my heart any good.
I’m 65 retired and have severe congestive heart failure. I don’t get about as much as I used to. Day trips with my cameras give me the boost I often need to keep me motivated. My husband Paul of 35 years gives me a jog along and keeps me on my toes.
We live in Oamaru, a beautiful little town the gateway to the Lakes, the Alps, Mt Cook. You name it we have a road to it.
For as long as I can remember I’ve been a keen photographer, this site is a place to show off my work and many of the fun places to visit if you ever get to my part of New Zealand.
Spoiler Alert This is my son Joseph O’Donnell’s business in Port Macquarie NSW Australia. If you are into table-top gaming they are the place to go.