Thursday, August 24, 2017

Visiting the Manukau again

One of the things that moving closer to the Manukau Harbour should have brought is more frequent trips to the shore, but that hasn’t happened. It turns out that there are a lot of things to do when moving from one house to another, a lot of projects to complete. Who could have guessed that?! Today, that changed a little bit.

My mother-in-law is visiting us, and today after lunch we swung by the harbour’s edge and I took some photos. The first one I shared to Instagram is above. The earlier photo I was referring to in the photo caption was back in February, and it was a very different harbour that day. I shared more of today’s photos in an Instagram montage (below).

We’ve had rain nearly every day all winter long, but we’ve had four sunny days in a row—a welcome change. Today was pretty much dead calm—the harbour was like glass. It was pretty much the exact opposite of my visit last February, which is entirely accidental (I had no idea how nice the views of the harbour were until we arrived).

In the months ahead—especially as the weather gets better—I’m going to take more photos of the harbour, and at different areas, as well as some of the countryside. Maybe other stuff, too. Naturally, I’ll share most of them here, or you can follow me on Instagram.

In any case, I look forward to sharing more about my home.

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