Wordless Wednesday: Wellington Waterfront

Early on Saturday morning, I stepped out along the part of the waterfront for the first time in many weeks. There were other people like me I could tell, staring out at the water, stretching, being thankful. It was a bit grey but there was a positive air and a sense of hope. The featured image at the top of the post is of Solace in the Wind by Max Patté, an iconic statue of a man facing out towards the harbour. It is located on the waterfront outside Te Papa museum.

Yachts in the harbour
Words by Katherine Mansfield. The fennel still grows wild and the wind still blows.
The sun awakens

You can find Thistles and Kiwis on Facebook, and also on Instagram@thistleandkiwis.  As for Twitter….am totally inactive these days.  If you want to get in touch, email me on thistlesandkiwis@gmail.com

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