Window on the Water

Coffee in the seaside cafe called “The Galley” meant a view out just one of an open window there. A slight and cold easterly made it somewhat uncomfortable but the view of the harbour made me stay - with a delicious cappuccino and a few pecks of John’s delicious date scone in hand!
Be good on the Black.

Three Good Things:
1. We said to ourselves, this small town is such easy living - always get a good park, lots going on and a lot of sun overall!
2. Got a good library book with a great author and was disappointed in the first page where someone had pencilled:. “Disappointing and boring” I rubbed it out!
3. Friday fish was Ling and not sure how old it was - should be good but perhaps i didn’t cook it long enough. Not to worry. Ice cream cones at half time with the TV rugby were yummy! Actually I lie - only thought about the latter!
A terrific image of a lovely view.
posted October 19th, 2018  
definitely good on black.
posted October 19th, 2018  
It's lovely on black, love the b&w
posted October 19th, 2018  
As gorgeous a view as I remember! Certainly a picture scene to remember! Your town is just the right size to enjoy. How awful to write on a book....she/he had no taste if you are enjoying it. I have never heard of Ling!
posted October 19th, 2018  
@happypat More likely, ding-a-ling, Pat! Nice to see the harbour so placid.
posted October 19th, 2018  
This is especially beautiful on the black background! It's good that you erased the negative comment in the library book ...Quite useless for someone to ruin it for other readers!
posted October 19th, 2018  
bep
Beautiful B&W.
It's a shame that people write in library books or cross words they don't like.
posted October 19th, 2018  
@dsp2 If I knew who had done it, Dinah - I would have said you must be exactly the same as the comment!
posted October 19th, 2018  
@gijsje Its OK if its your own book but a public book - its like defacing it!
posted October 19th, 2018  
Alovely scene
posted October 19th, 2018  
very clever and creative maggie, nice mono too
posted October 19th, 2018  
Wonderful seascape, it looks so nice in b&w.
posted October 19th, 2018  
I love the photo I love it even more the way you framed it so that it looks like a photo that is out of frame! Black-and-white is the perfect choice for this.

Your comment about the ice cream had me laughing.

I just read in my psychology book today about a study that was done in Dunedin in the late 20th century. I was so excited to know the name because of you.
posted October 20th, 2018  
@grammyn In 1961, I was in Dunedin at the university! They probably did a study on me - 'why this student failed ironing'!
posted October 20th, 2018  
@maggiemae LOL! It was in the early 70s actually. They studied the boys who live in abusive homes and the relationship with a certain enzyme as to how it affected criminal behavior later in life. Very interesting. I will keep my eye out for the one about students failing ironing !
posted October 20th, 2018  
Nice framing for this neat b/w shot
posted October 20th, 2018  
A beautiful capture and lovely framing.
posted October 20th, 2018  
Great framing and processing. Nice pov and view.
posted October 20th, 2018  
Great view!
posted October 20th, 2018  
What a view, it’s beautiful on black
posted October 20th, 2018  
So lovely to have a coffee and a view at the same time!
posted October 21st, 2018  
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