Our car was being fixed today and so we had a lot of time to kill whilst waiting. But that’s such a negative expression, and in fact we had a pretty good day exploring and playing.
Thus, it seems more appropriate to say we filled time. Here are some small things that captured my attention and “made my eyes happy” today.
A spider has found an unlikely place to make a home.
Labels on an old trunk.
An overgrown bathtub in the garden of a derelict house.
The broken old sign for a Chinese restaurant with a very westernised name.
An impromptu moss garden growing under an abandoned old car.
A 1960s power station, I think, with Mount Wellington in the background.
Spring begins to make an appearance in a bamboo grove.
Textural, stone, house foundations.
Curvaceous architecture from 1949, with a tiny stained glass window embellishment.
Once I’d set my mind to looking out for attractive details, the time went so much quicker.