Daily Archives: August 2, 2022

Perspective

A World Apart

I thinking just a wee bit about perspective today. No, no, I know it is a huge subject and anyone of us could go on forever about all aspects of perspective.

Mostly I was thinking about a quaint village not far from my city as I looked though some photos from a previous visit.

And I noticed something I had not before.

I remember soaking up the feelings evoked by the place. The beauty of it, The smells. The quaintness of it. A visual that it looked like a Hallmark card in real time. You get the idea.

I love looking at photos. They don’t even have to be mine. I don’t even have to know the people in them. I can’t adequately explain how they make me feel.

Anyway, the photo above made me think about the beautiful flowers and bushes and I sighed at the memory of how…

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What Came First?

Mother nature up to her tricks again!

A World Apart

Mother Nature is once again shaking her skirts. Is she not taking her meds?
For the past couple of weeks, we have been bombarded with torrential rain and according to the Wellington City Council, today’s slip was the 56th since July 20th, requiring intervention by the Council.

via Stuff

Today, several residents in our suburb were awakened by loud noises, rumbling and what has been described by some as “a pressure sound”.  A huge slip and a broken water main greeted them. The street was completely blocked with fallen trees, power lines and debris.

According to a fireman on the scene “Several trees were resting on live power lines after the slip” and “It was a chicken and egg situation whether the slip was caused by the broken water main, or the slip broke the water main”.  

Now, some people face a night without power on a cold winter night,  and some…

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