Maungakiekie / One Tree Hill, Auckland, NZ. Image: Su Leslie 2020
Six Word Saturday, hosted by Debbie at Travel with Intent
Evening, Weona-Westmere Coastal Walkway, Auckland NZ. Image: Su Leslie 2020
… and then the sky turned yellow. Parnell pool and Waitemata Harbour, around 2.30pm. image: Su Leslie 2020
The sky is Auckland has been vaguely hazy for days now, but around two this afternoon, it began to turn bush-fire yellow.
Smoke from the blazes consuming so much of Australia has reached us.
Parnell, Auckland. Image: Su Leslie 2020
St Stephen’s, Parnell. Image: Su Leslie 2020
View from my office, 5pm. Image: Su Leslie 2020
It’s really hard not to go all apocalyptic right now. And I’m over 2000km of ocean away from the nearest bush fires.
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I’m definitely feeling more human again after my bout of the flu. I’m not happy about the lingering cough, but am very grateful the fever and aches (especially the headaches) are gone.
After yesterday’s constant rain, it was nice to wake up to some sunshine today. The tide is full and the wind has dropped, so if I had the energy I would walk across Greenhithe Bridge and enjoy seeing this part of the Waitemata harbour at its best. But I’ve learned not to do too much too soon, so for now I’ll content myself with a photo from a previous walk.
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