The appearance of Matariki in the sky is considered vital. If the stars in the cluster are clear and bright, it is thought the year ahead will be warm and productive. If they appear hazy and shimmering, a cold winter is in store, and all activities during the period of Matariki must take this into account.We had a good view of the stars from Wellingtonist Towers last night (working late and hard into the night, as always), and from those guidelines, we're definitely in for a warm productive year.
The Wellingtonista is a blog about Wellington - New Zealand's capital.
Rose Pruning Day - Botanic Gardens, June 12
World Of WearableArt - models needed
Al "Pub Landlord" Murray
When the Wind Blows
Red sky at night...
Barmy Army enthusiasts - a survival guide
Wellington Film Society screenings for June
Links for Tuesday, 31 May 2005
Links for Monday, 30 May 2005
The Phoenix Foundation - Pegasus