I had a good day yesterday, except with the camera.
Photographically speaking, yesterday is an embarrassment. On the other hand lunch with my youngest son at the local Belgian beer restaurant with a steaming pot of mosselen met mosterd en roqueford (mussels steamed in a Dijon mustard and blue cheese cream) and a foaming glass of the Belgian Leffe Blond was great. I felt virtuous in sending the delicious frites met mayonaise away mostly untouched. I enjoy being in the company of each and every one of my kids, though sadly, geography intervenes most of the time.
On the way to the Restaurant, Anthony and I went around the South coast and enjoyed the distant vista of the snow-capped Kaikoura ranges across the turbulent Cook Strait.
By way of attempting to fill the void, I attempted a macro shot of a miniature kowhai blossom (Sophora prostrata).
As I indicated, I am not pleased with the day’s shots, but my blushes are eased by the certainty that I got some better ones today.