steam gives way to diesel…
…at the rail bridge
This delightful sculpture by Whanganui artist Joan Bullock Morrell is called Protection in Adversity, and has certainly suffered some adversity itself. It was first made in concrete in 1972 for Moutoa Gardens (Pākaitore), and was destroyed in 1995 during the occupation of the park. The statue was recommissioned in 2003 and Morrell had it cast in bronze.
We missed the worst of the storm that has just passed over New Zealand, but the rain was extremely heavy, and found a weakness in our roof…
and the slow drip of water
into the green plastic bucket.
The dog and I,
waiting for morning.
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