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Last week and again this week our skies have been charged with volcanic cloud from the Chilean Puyehue-Cordón Caulle eruption. Mostly the ash has been high in the atmosphere and Air NZ has continued to fly most routes, most of the time at a lower than usual height, but still well within safety limits. Today Quantas and Jetstar cancelled flights again.
The cloud has given us some interesting skies although much of the time the weather has been non-co-operative as well.
Here are a few photos. The first three are shots from last week on the beach at Mum's and the rest this morning from our deck.