Monday, 21 January 2013

If You Know Where To Look


For a change, yesterday we walked along the west-side of the harbour.

On one side the harbour, on the other side, the railway line inspiring conversation about train trip memories. Passenger trains are few and far between these days.



This reminded us of our som Mike who when he lived in Dunedin, carried out a bit of guerilla street art ... there is still at least part of one of his pieces on a wall in town - 'Floating Red Man' - if you know where to look.



And a floating boat. Left high and dry, this boat seems to be yearning to try sailing the sky for a change.

2 comments:

Di Mackey said...

Love this, as always.

Kay Cooke said...

Thanks Di!

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