Now I’ve left northern hemisphere sophistication behind, miscellany can become hotchpotch! This series will collect odds and ends that encapsulate something of my Potato Point life, things not netted by more substantial posts.
Sold for $1.1 million: my block recently valued at $160 000.
Sand and grass patterns on Potato Point beach
Town sign for Moruya, source of Sydney Harbour Bridge stone
What a great idea. Justifies owning shares in Wooliies.
Indulging my delight in leaves: shape, texture and colour (or lack of it)
Street flowers in Moruya
Outside Gallery Bodalla, since I couldn’t take photos inside.
Python sheddings on my deck
I love your collection (missed this post…) of hotchpotch. And they way you still see the little things as you pass through. I Looooove that bell! I want it! it would look lovely hanging from my shed. The supermarkets here offer free fruit for the kids, I guess they figured they were losing the battle with parents offering their children something to eat as they stroll through the shop, and of course it never got paid for. I would have never allowed my children to do that! Times and parenting has changed…
That’s quite a sophisticated street sign, Meg, and what a great idea is the free fruit! Beach patterns now…. familiar territory. 🙂 🙂 There were a few clouds about yesterday so it was an excuse to take Michael walking. Have to indulge him with a beach again today. Off to the Ilha soon. Sandy hugs being flung your way. Ooops! Everyone will get some 🙂 🙂
Didn’t your grandmother teach you not to throw sand??? Only a few grains left when they reached me. My return ones are suffused in dawn light.
Each of the three towns I visit has a sign: same style, different images, representing the character of the town. I hope you’ve done a lot of toe-dabbling and relaxing and walking and eating – all those things that take on a different dimension away from home.
My gran died when I was still young and I don’t think she ever went to the beach. Certainly never did dawn light but I am so grateful that I have you to share with. 🙂 🙂
Now got sand all over the new paint!
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Peter Klopp said:
It is often the collection of the little things that describe our life so well. I like the bell in your photo essay.
And the spiderwebs!
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