Tuesday, September 07, 2010

The sea in the rain

from w
The other afternoon, tired of being inside, we drove down to Point Lonsdale, thought the rain came sweeping across the land. Anyway when it stopped for a while, we stretched our legs to walk near the shore. Point Lonsdale is one side of the Rip, where Port Phillip Bay narrows. The waves were wild and the ti-trees twisted. This is very far from the warm seas of Fiji with its pretty lagoons. It can be dangerous here and I recall with sadness the time one of our parishioners left a letter and disappeared there. Not a friendly place after that, though many people retire to this little seaside town and regard it as charming.

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Blogger annie said...

Love the twisted trees: photo and digital print.

6:08 AM  
Blogger Peceli and Wendy's Blog said...

Hello Annie,
Life here is busy with new routines of caring/policing so that the patient can recover. We try to balance household time with fresh air/outside drives, walks, and maybe cafe visits for coffee. Fijian visitors still come with boxes of fruit and vegetables and large fish to cook so that's a nice social time.

7:10 PM  

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