a lifetime burning

By Sheol

Osteospermum Clock

Tiny Tuesday: Osteospermum Clock

As you can see it is spot on 2pm on the osteospermum clock.  It is a day of sunshine and showers, windy, but surprisingly mild.  The drone fly seemed stunned by the brilliance of the sunshine reflecting of the flower's petals and I had absolutely no trouble taking this shot during a brief gap between gusts.

Nothing much new has happened today here,  Cathy has been at work and I've done some chores and played the guitar.  This retirement lark is working out very nicely thank you, despite the pandemic.  It would be nice to be able to get out more, but with cases on the increase we're taking the cautious approach, not like POTUS who seems to be a one man super spreader judging from the number of cases at the Whitehouse, which as some wag pointed out, is more than in the entirety of New Zealand. 

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