I have a feeling this will be a challenging year, maybe more than most. But we’ll get through – we always do. Somehow. Somehow this planet of ours keeps spinning on its axis, each perfect turn the makings of one more perfect day. What we do with that is up to us. Fortunately, we getContinue reading “Happy New Year!”
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Party of three
Spotted this young woman at a party a couple of years ago – always wanted to use this shot for something… I rather like how this has turned out… A late comment to add… whilst I have no tattoos myself, I realise now that at least part of the reason I like this photo soContinue reading “Party of three”
Nope – this one is not photoshopped at all. Straight out of the camera… Something I’ve learned about sunsets – the good stuff is just beginning once the sun disappears below the horizon… that’s when the reflected light on the clouds and dust particles in the air really work their magic. I bet it tastesContinue reading “watermelon sunset”
So vibrant, so cheerful – why don’t we like them?
Dinner is served
I love that moment when everything is ready and on the table, hot and fragrant and you don’t know where to begin… and can’t wait to start… It was a heavenly meal, ham & salmon with tons of fresh veg and my husband Bobby’s prize-winning onion rolls, ending with a dessert selection one might literallyContinue reading “Dinner is served”
Uh oh, Santa!
Actually… what I did… I mean, it was ten o’clock in the morning, hardly anyone at the mall yet. Squeezing in a bit of last minute this and that… I tried to photograph Santa having a quiet moment before the onslaught of the children. And he saw me. And got rather angry. Right after thisContinue reading “Uh oh, Santa!”
I had the pleasure of photographing this little man yesterday. He is 3 weeks old. A total charmer…
We’d disembarked our riverboat a few miles down river (think 19th century Mississippi Riverboat). The waters this high up a tributary were far too shallow for anything that size to navigate. And we got into boats just like this, powered by shoulders and sweat and amazingly muscular thighs – that disembarked and pulled us throughContinue reading “Yangtze traffic”
Just a bit of holiday goofiness, courtesy of the bottlebrush trees down the street – the blooms are cranberry red with a fine dusting of crisp, new-fallen snow… Nevermind it’s summer here…
We’ve had a spate of dreary weather, wintry and wet, with blusters and blasts… this winter day at the beach in Raglan was so much kinder.