Yesterday was the 1st of June - the first day, officially, of our Southern hemisphere winter.
I had a "personal day" away from school; it was a perfect clear blue-sky day, and I took my
camera along on a bit of a road trip.
It was very low tide at the inlet where I stopped for a late lunch
boats waited in line for the tide to come in
I stopped near a small bridge. There was colour at the side of the road
and in the sunlight through the trees
but the trees by the river know what season it is
At my final stop the tide was starting to come in, and keen fishermen
were putting their boats into the water
a shag watched the activity
until I came too close
by now the light was getting low; time for me to head home.
"Don't be fooled by the calendar. There are only as many
days in the year as you make use of." ~ Charles Richards