A drive out to the coast made me more than happy!
With a tank full of fuel and all my chores done I took a drive out to Raglan as I was in need of some coastal air.
light drizzle rainy days but that will never stop me from enjoying a day on the coast. The tide was low so huge rock pools were everywhere and the sea gulls were floating effortlessly in the sky.
the breeze was light like the rain, in fact it was rather mild in temperature.
At the far end of Manu Bay I wandered round the boat ramp. Raglans Loch Ness was playing in the water. More large rocks and drift wood and nothing but the peaceful sounds of the ocean moving.
I love my alone time at the beach just breathing in the air and wrapping myself in being there with all the raw natural beauty that is the west coast.
Every time I drive past this Bus Shelter I admire it's position. There it sits on the windy road out to the bays. To the left is the ocean and I imagine sitting waiting for a bus thinking maybe I should just stay at the beach.
With a low tide rocks were exposed on the sand leaving patterns scattered like art. Who said Black Sand wasn't beautiful?
Fences that reflected in puddles, and weeds that grow tall, the bliss of being in Raglan on a grey misty day kept on appearing in my view.
A colourful and rather grumpy looking fish got hooked by me @ Monster from her seconds shelf, and two more Tony Sly plates were found on his seconds shelves. Remember this non perfect person prefers the not so perfect pottery.
A visit to the very talented Sandra back in Hamilton from 'Go Hell for Leather' found me purchasing one of her very beautiful hand crafted cow hide bags. Support your Artistic friends!!
With a lack of colourful flowers in my garden I settled on a collection of leaves. I remember when I was in my last year of school how my large English Lit book was full of pressed flowers and leaves. Good use of such a large book for sure!
Wisdom this week comes from my