I have spent most of the day trying to work out how to get my photos from one computer to another with no success. My laptop has a much better program for making slide-shows so I have been playing around with that. I had put my sewing machine in for service before I went away and it won't be ready until Monday so I can't do that. Not a very productive day at all.
Playing with my photos I found that my little Sony point and shoot takes some great photos and when I put the panoramas into a slide show they worked like a video, which I'm really please with. It was cold and wet in Dunedin but that didn't detract from the beauty of the place. On one day I just wandered around the streets near my accommodation. Here I found a little house I would love. I don't think it is in a fashionable area but I like it. It sits on the side of a steep hill, at the back of the brewery overlooking the harbour.
It is vacant at the moment and opens directly onto the street at the rear. You can see the view through the window.
The gardens is the surrounding houses are wild and unkempt yet the flowers are beautiful.
I found this link to a beautiful garden in London on the Guardian site. Looks a lot warmer there than here.