I’m not sure my unconscious will ever adjust to this upside-down life in the northern-hemisphere.
The leaves are changing colour and we’re waiting for our first frost which means ... it’s almost Easter. But no, that was a New Zealand thing. Here it’s already mid-October. although Belgium had been enjoying high temperatures as late as last week.
I took the bike out this afternoon, needing to stretch. I took myself and my camera into the park on our beautiful day. We’re blessed with this city park, and mostly I love it even while struggling to forget the massively busy European motorway right next door, the motorway that, if I wake in the night, sounds like a Spring tide at Tautuku, on the lower East Coast of New Zealand.
Anyway, today it was pretty. There was a blue heron down at one of the many ponds, hanging out with the big white geese and the ducks. The moles hills were there mocking mans efforts to tame nature too. I love those moles ... there to remind us, surely, that we’re not quite able to tame and maintain everything out there in the natural world.