Here are some reflections from our trip to London in March, from The Shard, The Eye and at Greenwich.
We recently visited the Art Farm at Birchs Bay, Tasmania. We had a delightful walk through gardens and bush land.
We met unusual people.
We sat on distinctive benches, walked through artistic gates.
And admired many of the pieces, wondered about a few.
We followed a variety of arrows along the Sculpture Trail.
For local Tassie readers, it is well worth a visit.
Calm, peace, balance.
I’ve admired the art of rock balancing for a while.
Recently someone placed one rock on each of the fence posts along our local beach.
I added to it and replaced missing rocks and have now started balancing, just a few.
Z is also for the end of the alphabet challenge. It’s been fun and I’ve enjoyed meeting new bloggers. Thanks for stopping by, thanks for the likes and encouraging, insightful comments, and the joyful conversations. Happy Sunday everyone 🙂
When you live in a city with such a beautiful harbour / waterfront, where leisure time revolves around the beach, water sports, sailing, then today’s post has to be yachts.
From kids lessons to Round the World race competitors to welcoming everyone in the Sydney to Hobart annual race.
This isn’t the post I had planned for X but today, two beautiful gum trees across the road from my office window, were cut down.
The block of land has been empty for months. Yesterday, workmen arrived and pulled down buildings and fences.
This morning, a guy walked over with a chain saw and in minutes, this was the result.
So today, “X is for cut” and for these ex trees, that will no longer be in the view from my desk.