Me-Now-Views; Less Speak More Peek.

What to share this week? Bits and bobs really, not particularly cohesive...





















How glass-like the water can look some days...there was hardly a breath of wind to blow those blades you can see peeking over the shoulder of the horizon...
















...and how the sky changes in a matter of minutes.  Then, how the water holds surprises...

























Meanwhile, indoors the final stages of unpacking revealed a long hidden item.  This printed cloth 'poster' was purchased on the island of St Lucia...

























...in much younger decades...




















...Back on the 'now' ground, the office space finally got setup - I post this to you from here!

























Ta-daaa!  Told you it was a mixed bag.  Now I wonder what you all have to share this week?

9 comments:

  1. You can't beat living by water.
    Cheers,
    Gail.
    PS Wow! Sitting here in my mother's study, I just now caught sight of a badger running along the base of the hedge. Will that do for sharing? (Bertie is fast asleep on the sofa, or else there would have been barking.)
    Cheers,
    Gail.
    PS Really enjoyed all the Nigeria posts.

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  2. Hari Om
    Thank you Gail (and snoozey Bertie!)..... but wowzers - did you catch a shot of that badger???? Absolutely you must share that!!!! Have a lovely time down with Mum/HGY. Y xx

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  3. Love your mixed bag!!! Glad to see you're getting settled in and hope you have a great day!

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  4. Is that a submarine!!!! Wow your place is so awesome! there is a submarine in your waters!!! #WW

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  5. So sorry, I didn't have the camera handy. Maybe next time. The badger population in this corner of suburban Nottingham is thriving.
    Cheers,
    Gail.

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  6. Great shots, and to be able to capture a sub "just like that" is awesome...

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  7. Thanks for stopping by! Happy Wordless Wednesday! :)

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  8. I usually prefer the outdoors more than the indoors. In this case both look nice.

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  9. What a wonderful mix! The first and second shot look very similar to the scenery over on my coast!!

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