Thursday, 30 August 2012

Perfect End to the Day

Sometimes it's easy to forget the beauty which surrounds us, to be too busy to take time to stop and look.
It's been particularly difficult to savour it this summer when we will remember the monsoon like rain and days without sunshine.
Now, at summer's end, there are golden hours from which we will form our memories of this special season.
Gyles Quay is my 'go to' spot if I want to capture the tranquility of the sun reflected in the waves before it slips below the horizon.
This evening, however, crab fishing was on the menu.  Our ten year old niece from England's industrial and landlocked north west is obsessed with fishing. A homemade fishing line and a bucket provided the best fun of the holiday.
While her Dad kept a careful watch, I  drank in the peace and beauty of a perfect end to the day.


  1. Lovely post and your photographs just tell the story so well. You are a natural:~))

  2. It's so easy to lose sight of the simple things in life which mainly give the most pleasure, we all have bills to pay, places to be and before you know it a day has gone, a week, a month...
    Lovely set of images, you have captured the time beautifully.

  3. A lovely post. And great photos too!
    Thanks for including me on your blogroll by the way! Very much appreciated.

  4. Beautiful photos. Sounds like a lovely day.


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