An after-dinner walk after the day’s drizzly rain and blustery wind had cleared. We headed off to the beach with kids who needed a run and some fresh air. I noticed the clouds…dark and still hanging around threatening rain. But they held off long enough for a paddle in the rock pools, a long walk, a fossick for rocks, shells, sea-glass and driftwood, and just before we left, some of the most amazing light I have ever seen.
October 22, 2012
An early evening beach walk.
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Painting…photography…mixed media…print making….design…journaling…writing…creating in stunning Taranaki by the wild west coast and a stunning mountain backdrop, with my four gorgeous (make that cute, but messy!) kids, my partner GB, and one very large fat cat. View all posts by Angela Sefton
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