‘Blue Neon Cross’
‘Touch The Sea’
…rock fingers reaching out…
‘Get A Grip’
…on yourself, on reality, just…get…a …grip…
‘A Visit To The Lighthouse’
…drawn to the light…
‘Boy & Dolphin II’
The frontal perspective of the sculpture that featured in Boy & Dolphin (where you can read a little more about it).I just love this statue! The facial expressions on the pair of unlikely companions; the sea-like stone beneath…
‘Sun Shines On Dark Holes’
…for it always will, eventually…
‘At Rest, Shining’
‘Fences And Fields’
‘A Circle In Angles’
…when all else is lines and angles, be curved…
…both warning and hope…
‘Across The Rainbow’
‘Rolling With The Tide’
…be baptised, not capsized…
‘Diamonds And Flowers’
…it’s a little late for Valentine’s Day, but it’s the thought that counts, right?…
‘Infinity Pool II’
…where serenity meets tumult, endlessly…
Pictured is a specimen of the purple flowered agapanthus variant.
It grows like a weed in the drier areas of New Zealand and the flowers (white also) are absolutely everywhere in summer.
None of the rose’s nobility and romance, but definitely not so high maintenance and just as beautiful in my eyes!
‘Lace And Green’
I shot this photo a month ago whilst on holiday at Mangawhai Heads,an hour and a half north of Auckland.
Sun, sand, surf, salt air.
The gentleman in the folding seat is lazing in the sun, tools of play – plastic buckets, a tiny inflatable boat -spread around on the sand.
A (hopefully!)temporary Covid-19 lockdown has non-essential travel out of town suspended, so I could not go to this beach, even if I wanted to, right now.
Which got me thinking -is lazing non-essential? It is probably the opposite in fact. We all need to unwind from time to time, right?