‘Waiting For A Wave’
Surfers are usually pictured riding the crest of a wave, or sluicing through a tube of water.
The reality, though, is the constant waiting between the glory moments, as this shot of four surfers at Northland’s Mangawhai Heads in January depicts.
The waiting…and the anticipation…
‘Touch The Sea’
…rock fingers reaching out…
‘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…
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!
Aotearoa/New Zealand’s national day today, celebrating the Treaty of Waitangi/Te Tiriti O Waitangi, and the coming together of two peoples in 1840. More about this below:
‘Art Deco House, Dargaville’
…pretty as a picture….oh, that is what is has become…
‘Wave Upon Wave’
…and still they come, one after another, beauty and peril mingled in their unremitting flow…
…endless natural rhythms, and the possibility of the new…