Celebrating our southern autumn and adding a bit of balance to all the spring fever from the northern hemisphere.. the final photos from my Wednesday walk up the street plus a shot of cobwebs strewn along our little box hedge on a recent dewy morning.
Tapanui, West Otago, New Zealand
And then suddenly it shifts again,
A newer light, a darker dusk,
A twist to the breeze and another memory
Melts into the moment and on I go,
As the seasons, changing constantly,
While rarely forgetting that tomorrow,
What we did today, happened yesterday.
— last lines of the poem A Shift To The Season by Damien B. Donnelly
Text and photos by Liz; Exploring Colour (2019)