Grateful to go out on cloudy & rainy days

I am very grateful for trains and busses that take people over 65 to places they won’t visit on their own.

The best is that between 9 am to 3 pm the trip is free!

I try to make a trip to Wellington city once a week now that the weather is clearing up.

Last week was very cold and cloudy.

This week the weather here in Upper Hutt was kind of clear.

Sorry to say, just before reaching Wellington station there was a heavy down pour .

It was dry during my stroll along the harbour.

I am so grateful that I could take some photos of the dark clouds

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Then the sun appeared.

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Better still,

nearly clear sky gave me the following

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and this one!

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These photos are all taken at the civic center in

Wellington New Zealand

Then back home again.

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I am very grateful for the opportunity to take some special photos again.

I am grateful for having the talent to see the beauty around me and to photograph them.

I am grateful this week for an excellent report on my photo by my tutor!

What have you been grateful for this week?

Visit

http://collinesblog.wordpress.com/2014/08/27/grateful-for-street-flowers/

for more grateful people.

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17 comments on “Grateful to go out on cloudy & rainy days

  1. Your photos are really getting better – and how lucky you were to have the perfect weather for them ๐Ÿ™‚
    PS: I think it is great that seniors have the opportunity to travel for free – at least it gets people out and about.

  2. Pingback: Grateful for a New Classroom | Colline's Blog

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