Love this stuff
May 30, 2020
May 29, 2020
May 27, 2020
May 26, 2020
Duck & Dog
May 24, 2020
Jay and I went out on this peninsular today as there was a good swell running and its was raining (an adventure)
I told him I had seen waves crashing into the rocks here and exploding up in the air higher that the tops we were walking on. He was skeptical. Jay, here is the evidence😯
May 23, 2020
Touch Of Red
When I was in the photography society you could see that many if not all competition colour photos tended to have a touch of red or even orange in them. Catches your eye and adds something that seems to spark our interest. Maybe relates to blood sometime in our past.
Imagine those colours being removed from the shots below
May 21, 2020
It's Not Christmas
But sometimes it's nice to think about it and how different it is likely to be this year for a hell of a lot people.
May 20, 2020
Japan and Africa
May 19, 2020
I found these old pictures.
Una & Jack
Una is mums sister. Jack was her husband of many years.
They died quite a few years back but I will never forget them. I have mentioned this before.
They never had kids they had dogs and cats and us lot. (Una's sisters rats)They were so cool also generous and supportive. Sometimes to the point of embarrassment...like shameless welcomes at the airport when we arrived for a holiday.
Many of my young memories are from Nelson when we stayed with these two lovely people.
Both over 6ft tall, both skinny and very engaging people, at a number of levels.
But for now I wanted to put these out there for the family.
May 18, 2020
May 17, 2020
McLaren Falls Park
Late autumn colours yesterday.
Coffee and a pie at the cafe (level 2 rules) and a stroll around the tracks for an hours or so.
It was busy. People all wanting to connect with this amazing place before the colour goes as winter hits.
Will we ever forget this?
Working from home insanity
First coffee out and about
Red Square Tauranga yesterday
Shoe's left to collect dust during the shutdown of repair shop.
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