After several days of misty-moisty weather it was good to day to be treated to a clearer skyline ... although only just clear and no more. It was good to greet Mount Cargill again, albeit wreathed in a scarf of mist - its favourite accessory. And why not? It seems to suit grey mohair.
... stadium in the foreground. It has many aliases: 'glasshouse' 'lunch-box' 'dish-rack' (that last one may just my own nickname).
I seem to have a thing for cabbage trees (kouka) at the moment; something about their sky-backed architecture ... this one is a little munted, but nevertheless has a rugged appeal.
An Otago (local) rescue helicopter making for the hospital. Dunedin's looking grey and cold, but looks belie - it was actually mild temperatures today with (believe it or not) a spring-y feel to the day.
... Portobello Road - the ubiquitous McD's paper bag on the verge.
And again, the cabbage trees. Kouka. Across the road from our place. I liked the way they were catching the light. It was a good indication of the end of the rained-on world we had been living in for some days, leaving in its wake verdant green shot with silver.