This photo was taken last week off the Wainui coast by Phil when we had some unusual weather with rainbows reported each of three nights.
Last time I mentioned the damage done by the high winds, not so many of those lately so as I'm fascinated by cloud formations I had this bright idea of photographing the sky and garden from the same spot every day, out of my bathroom window!
Not bad, I thought - interesting clouds, there's the lavender, the edge of the bay tree, the orange monsters - I think that's bird dirt on the window.........
This one you can make out details in the end garden bed - but after five or six days when the sky was gloomy and overcast each day - I decided to abandon my 'artwork' !!
This is more artwork that I abandoned - not mine, but designed by Judy Dales at a symposium more years ago than I care to recall. You see the Griffins biscuit tin on the shelf? that's the one I used to carry around my hexagons as I was working on them - each to their own, I suppose.
I went into Wellington city last week, it's been ages since I did shopping there, managed to get a car park almost outside Minerva where I bought a fascinating little book, "Rules for my Son" by Walker Lamond - no doubt I'll share some of the wisdom with you.
I also spent quite a time in Unearthed - vintage & retro store and have even put my name down for an old typewriter, here's why
Yup, that's me! back in the UK when I worked at the head office of the West Sussex Fire Brigade, in Chichester - probably about seventeen; I just loved office work, typing and shorthand: how lucky is that, as I'm still doing it. Though to be honest, judging by the number of mistakes I'm making this evening, an old fashioned typewriter could be a huge mistake!
Time for bed, I think, so I'll leave you with another of Phil's photos and the advice to "Do your washing often. You won't need as many clothes."
Another rainbow, this time taken on the bank of the Hutt River.
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