Shady Assets

In which Katie and Dee flash their stuff!

So there are all these gazebos at Cornwall Park – they’re very popular, naturally, as they’re shady spots and you don’t have to worry about getting a damp bum on the ground, or sitting on roots. But we¬†were determined to find one that wasn’t already occupied, because damn, we wanted to get a photo at one. How often do you find a gazebo?

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Monumental

A few weeks ago I had the grand pleasure of meeting up with Modesty Ablaze and her hubby for lunch followed by an afternoon of Scavenger Hunting – a rare treat for a sex blogger in New Zealand! Katie and Hubby had flown into Auckland the day before, and thanks to great forward planning (that is, an email from her just before New Years, and the occasional back and forth since to check it was still on) we were all very much looking forward to it.

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Hidden Grotto

One slightly drizzly Sunday afternoon, Hylas and I went a-hunting Scavenger locations. As we like to do, of a weekend. We went out with a few places in mind – but neither of us expected or planned this one (and, indeed, it wasn’t even on the list yet – but it will be now!). But it’s gorgeous, it’s a multiplicity of things, and it’s hidden in plain sight – I fell in love with it instantly!

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Nervewracking Scavenge

I really enjoy finding and knocking off Scavenger Hunt locations – I keep a long list on my phone of various ones I hope to do, and I always have my camera with me in my bag. (It helps that I’m happy to take photos of myself by myself, although I have a variety of friends and lovers who enjoy being partners in crime!) And while I frequently get comments on posts about how brave I must have been to get this spot or that location, it’s rare that I find it particularly scary or difficult; usually it’s about timing and determination.

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Under the Street Light

“Which one is better?” I called out to Delilah, having already flung my bag and cardigan to the ground. “This one here, or that one over there? And do we get the mosaic in the shot?”

The two of us were at Western Park in Ponsonby on a brisk August evening. Hours earlier we’d parked at very nearly the same spot, walked all the way up Karangahape Road and shopped at all the sex toy shops, visited a sex cinema and a cruise club, had some dinner and taken some fantastic Scavenger Hunt photos (one of which is yet to come). Now, pretty much knackered, these lamps simply begged to be used. What was one more stop before we dropped?

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Dark and Drizzly

It was a dark and drizzly night, and just was I was putting on my shoes to go to my evening class Kiana rang to let me know that she had spotted an Erotica Expo billboard up on the Albany Highway. Which was absolutely perfect – it wasn’t an unreasonable distance away, and given that I was heading out anyway, I could check it out on my way back home.

So it was that about 9pm on Monday evening in August I drove up the road in question, looking for the big Erotica logo. Where was that billboard? In the chilly dampness of the night, lights sparkling off the wet road, I was hopeful it remained in place.

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In the Mail

Hylas and I both have our own PO boxes, and have had for a number of years. So we watched with great interest as our local post office went under a recent rebuild, including moving the boxes into a completely new space over the course of a weekend. Our new boxes, it turns out, not only lined a long hallway but also filled up two lovely alcoves, set back from the main area.

“Perfect for photos!” we said to each other. Because we notice things like that.

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Roundabout Fun

I found a roundabout! Hylas and I were having a Scavenger Hunt afternoon – we had a plan and everything – but a roundabout, while something I did want to get eventually, wasn’t on the list of locations to that day either get photos at or to scout out. Instead, we found it completely by accident when taking a wrong turn between the (second) water reservoir and the bus depot. So colour me pleased!

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On the Bamboo Path

There are all sorts of walking tracks, paths and lanes around Auckland – some for hiking; others simply to cut through a piece of bush and save a few minutes. A few weeks ago when I was driving around randomly (as I am wont to do, sometimes) I stumbled across a lovely shortcut which connected two roads. I’d driven all the way to the end of a very long and windy road – narrow and with amazing views – but couldn’t figure out anything to do with it, other than appreciate it. After back-tracking and a taking few random turns later, I spotted this at the end of a short cul-de-sac:

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No Skimming Here

Every damn time I thought about getting a photo at an ATM, it was at an ATM belonging to my own bank, when I went to get cash out. And the last thing I had any intention of doing was flashing my udders after having just left a data print proving it was me (especially given I would undoubtedly be on security camera).

So I needed to do two things:



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