Sunday, December 26, 2010

Public Landing

Christmas Eve, I tore myself away from the stuff that needed doing and went for a long, deliberate walk up and down Williams Wharf Road (not pictured here).  Afterwards, still in no mood to return home, I headed aimlessly for the public landing near Onemo (pictured here).

The sun, in no hurry whatsoever, was contemplating setting.

But only contemplating.

After snapping some quick pictures, I hopped back in the car and returned home to stand on my feet for another eighteen hours prepare for Christmas.  Now that Christmas is behind us, I eagerly await a nap.  Or ten.

How was your weekend?


deborah said...

I hope your walk helped you get ready for all that is involved during this Holiday was very quiet and peaceful here. Spent some time with family. a lot of time cooking and a good bit of time napping:) Hope you had a wonderful Christmas!

Kay L. Davies said...

Wishing you much time to join the sun in quiet contemplation, not just for the festive season, but throughout the coming year.
-- K

Kay, Alberta, Canada
An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

Anonymous said...

Beenie's and wennie's, potted meat and cracker's Christmas Day, found some veinne sausage's for today thing's are looking up!!!

Unknown said...

Naptime! smiles