A quiet Sunday morning by happypat

A quiet Sunday morning

A filler as I have been so busy I've never had my camera out today.
Lots of B&Bers in & inbetween we've been out for our lunch. Came back & finished the beds & now slumped in the chair in front of the TV.
I hope Planet Earth 11 is not as nightmareish scary as it was last week with those snakes chasing the baby iguanas!

Thank you all for your lovely comments on my photos when I haven't left one on yours!
Back to normal pretty much after today!

Photo taken two weeks ago in Bo'ness.


Three good things!
1. Doesn't seem to be too much damage after a severe earthquake in NZ. Our granddaughter Alex was the nearest near Christchurch & her house rocked backwards & forwards but she's ok..
2. Roast beef & Yorkshire pudding made by another hand but enjoyed by me!
3. Instant communication to stop us worrying!
I also really like this shot, Pat. Yes, instant communication, how wonderful in such a situation!
November 13th, 2016  
nice one Pat...suitcase shut now! daughter came and we whittled it down, she is very good at travelling light. I'm still wondering if I have enough clothes !
November 13th, 2016  
Lovely shot Pat... very moody.. Yes things got a bit shakey here as well .. never felt an earthquake before and did not really know what was happening until I started reading posts on fb...
November 13th, 2016  
Gorgeous to see the lake so flat - an abundance of photo opportunities here when you visited! I love the sound of Roast Beef and Yorkshire Pudding but like to make the pudding myself. The restaurants' ones are always so dry!
November 13th, 2016  
@brennieb Same here Brenda, you don't need this of that & she's right! Have a great time in USA seeing your son, you must be so excited! Safe travels!
November 13th, 2016  
@quietpurplehaze Yes indeed Hazel, Alex was onto her phone straight away so her mum & dad knew before it was on the news.
November 13th, 2016  
@julzmaioro it would be scary Julz, a very odd feeling! William felt it in Zmorrinsville, I haven't heard from the others near a Raglan but not worried.
November 13th, 2016  
@maggiemae a proper roast beef dinner was delicious! Hope you are all ok & not too much shaking around!
November 13th, 2016  
Nice misty morning
November 13th, 2016  
A beautiful scenic shot, so glad to hear your family are safe Pat. btw I have just been watching Planet Earth the photography is amazing
November 13th, 2016  
That's a very calming shot......hope you've had a long look at it after so much busyness!! And so good to hear Alex is ok. Jonathan's friend is married in Dunedin so hope to hear about him and his wife soon. Very worrying for the folks over there and the aftershocks are very unnerving! Go gently!
November 13th, 2016  
Bep
Lovely atmosphere. Glad to hear Alex is OK.
November 13th, 2016  
So calm soft a lovely pic
November 13th, 2016  
Great scene --
November 13th, 2016  
@snowy Yes isn't it just Dianna, the snakes were awful last week though!
November 13th, 2016  
@sarah19 Yes quite a bit of damage round the place I took my WWW photograph in the spring. Centred round Cheviot where we stayed.
November 13th, 2016  
@jgpittenger @365projectorgdebbydavies @beryl
Thank you all for your kind comments!
November 13th, 2016  
Lovely shot, good to hear your family are safe in New Zealand. David's cousin lives at Rotherham on South Island, quite close to the epicentre of the quake. Luckily his house is ok, but lots of damage inside, where things have been shaken off the walls etc.
November 14th, 2016  
So glad to read on Facebook that your family are all OK. I was about to email you when I saw the message.. Lovey peaceful shot here with no worries about earthquakes
November 14th, 2016  
a beaautiful peaceful scene. Just what you need after all that's been going on for you Pat
November 14th, 2016  
Lovely peaceful scene here, glad all seems well in NZ
November 14th, 2016  
there is an air of calm tranquillity to this shot Pat
November 14th, 2016  
Lovely calm capture.
November 15th, 2016  
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