Image: Su Leslie 2021
Image: Su Leslie 2019
Brian at Bushboy’s World invited me to join him and other bloggers posting a travel photo a day for ten days.
The deal is I also invite someone else each day to join in, and have them ping-back to my post.
I know how busy many of your blog schedules are, so I am always a bit loathe to nominate people.
But … many of you have travelled much more than me and have wonderful archives to dip in to …and I do really enjoy seeing the world through your eyes.
So if there is anyone in our blogging whanau who hasn’t already been shoulder-tapped and would like to join in … please do.
For Silent Sunday
Posted to the Ragtag Daily Prompt | Breeze
My phone has been pinging all day with wild weather alerts. It has been wet and windy here, but apparently over much of New Zealand high winds, lightening strikes and massive rainfalls have caused havoc.
There is more to come apparently.
Kaipara weather; rain on the way. Shot on the wharf at Shelly Beach, Kaipara. Image: Su Leslie 2019
Air and water.
As tide, wind and rain, they have immense power. A few years ago I watched very similar clouds roll down this harbour. By the time I got home on that occasion, the storm had brought a tornado which ripped through the area where I live, killing three people. Homes were flooded and people evacuated. A whole street was destroyed.
This time, we have been lucky.
Posted to One Word Sunday | power
Storm clouds, Whangateau Harbour. Image: Su Leslie 2019