It was hard yakka (work) walking on the beach this morning. The tide was extremely low, exposing the deep shelf of the sea-bed along this stretch. On account of the sharp slope, walking on the packed sand was tough on ankles and knees; but schlepping through the deep, dry sand of the flat reminded me … Continue reading Which Bird is That?
Like a chrysalis metamorphosing from a cocoon, business and activities are tentatively emerging from lockdown, looking very changed from the original. Signs are appearing everywhere. Like the song says, "Do this, don't do that, can't you read the sign?" It strikes me sign-making is one of the economies to benefit from CoronaVirus. Even our beach … Continue reading Signs of Change
It's been almost two weeks since I last walked on the beach. I'm pleased to say it's still there, and still beautiful. I only hope the seagulls hadn't been waiting for me all that time. I had meant to blog way back on Mother's Day - that's the second Sunday in May in Australia - … Continue reading Another Day in Paradise