I never appreciate them enough when they are here, but I sure do miss them when my feet are cold and my fingers feel just a wee bit numb with cold… Of course all my lovely friends in the northern hemisphere are sweltering in the heat right now and might like to swap places…
It was raining. And dark. And cold. And there I was…
Some memories grow sweeter, some sadder, some softer or sentimental. Some just get stranger.
Found a wee bit of frost this morning – yes, it was cold enough to see my breath and feel rather frozen. I liked it!
I hear the jubilation from the northern hemisphere as they celibrate the return of the sun and long days and the colours and warmth of spring. But here in the world down under it is a very different story. The days grow short. The sun grows scarce. The rains will come and for those furtherContinue reading “Onset of Winter”
This remarkable tree was illuminated by the reflected lights of a rugby game being played on the pitch across the road. I think it’s wonderfully eerie.
I was walking along the side of the road in Central Otago in June when this dead rabbit caught my eye. It had been dead for some time and was quite decomposed. There was a stillness and peaceful quality it possessed that struck me, stayed with me. I took numerous photographs of it, but wasn’tContinue reading “Winter rabbit”