Sorry guys, I went A.W.O.L. for a couple of days on the spur
of the moment. I drove Himself and me to Kingston on the
coast of the Southern Ocean to feast on crayfish before the
season closed. It is an approx. 300km drive but also the nearest
place for freshly caught crayfish. In the metropolis they are all
As a bonus I found this great walk along the Maria River to
the Pier that extends a long way into the sea and also has the
cray shop right next to it.
Reflected sunset clouds in Maria River as we hurry to catch
the main event.
I look up to see the moon clothed all in pink . . .
and at the edge of the world, a red, red sunset is tumbling
into the abyss,
spreading it's afterglow as far as the eye can see.
We sit at the end of the pier and drink in the glory of it all
and lo, as darkness deepens, Venus smiles dow on us and
dances in the wavering waves.
A perfect evening . . .
Sorry once again for being such a tardy visitor, I hope you know
I love all your blogs.
PS if you enlarge Venus, she becomes quite apparent.