Something of a change this week, I’ve made the pictures a little smaller so those with slower connections can view the post easier/quicker. Of course they look better in a new tab. I took this on the way home the other day. It’s looking south from Rosewood.
A damp Sunday and we went to town, cabin fever had struck. So when the going gets tough, the tough go shopping. I didn’t want to haul too much equipment around, so I only took my 50mm portrait lens. The shopping centre is River Link at North Ipswich. The murals depict the local rail heritage, the centre is built on what used to be the shunting yards. As a boy we lived opposite them back in the 60’s. This is the best angle I could shoot from.
Another awkward angle, I took this from the pedestrian bridge. The stone structure is part of the original railway bridge from the mid 1800’s. I like two things about it, the care put into creating the sandstone blocks by the stone masons. Then nature finding a way to cling onto life.
Of course you have to do lunch and what better meal to have on a wet day, than an all day breakfast. I tucked into poached eggs, bacon, sausages, tomato and sautéed mushrooms and toast. We dined at Jamaica Blue, Rhonda opened the kitchen again to cook this, what a gal. Their coffee is great too. No freebies were offered for saying such wonderful things about their food.
Well that’s your lot for this week, please let me know if you find having slightly smaller pictures makes much difference to your viewing pleasure. Until next time, take care,