On Wednesday, with a 60 - something - old body that felt like it had been through a mangle, Eddy, Skabenga and I had a lovely walk.
No matter how cold the weather and water, Skabenga takes a dip - many dips - while we're at the dam
While looking for photos for this post, I found last week's walk with the dogs when granddaughter, Abby came with us. She has such a gentle nature and stops to "smell the flowers" (read, pick them for her Mom) and exclaim at the pretty birdies, or lovely sky... This from a four-year-old.
Carefully picking a bunch of wildflowers for her Mom...
Originally I'd bent down to photograph the single blooms
That same day, we met up with two ladies carrying huge bags of wood on their heads. I stopped to chat to this lady and assure that Skabenga wouldn't harm her (the lady in the background wasn't having any of my explanations!)
I can't imagine how any woman can stride out so easily with such a large burden on her head!
While in Cape Town last Monday, I photographed the moon from the guest room where we were staying. First Quarter, visibility 45%; age 8 days. 11 July 2016 at 10.19pm
I'm linking to Saturday Critters with Eileen here
WISHING YOU ALL A HAPPY SATURDAY!