the waka are out again
on the big river
blades slipping through
brown water, backs bending
to take the strain
and always that guy
with the megaphone…
I’m having so much fun playing with watercolors, even if that mandarin looks a bit squashed. I’m discovering that things don’t have to be perfect to be enjoyed…
and this is the beginning washes for another one I’ve started – lots more to go for this Kaipara fence-line.
Still plugging away with this one – learning patience (and not to get too hung-up on the housework).
You are never far from a mountain in New Zealand. Ruapehu was lurking on the horizon as we travelled between Whanganui and Bulls yesterday. Snow on the mountain and a misty sky meant it was difficult to capture, but I managed a couple of shots. Loved the foreground in this one as well, with the yellow flowers and fences.
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