Another week, more rain and pictures.
It's been another week since I posted and there's been some positive news at last on the home front. Once Tina's diverticulitis was stabilised she was able to eat a little and her condition improved significantly. By Wednesday she was asked if she'd like to come home and jumped at the chance. She rang me just before I left for he hospital and gave me the good news.
The various support services were organised and she was told that if there were any sign of a relapse to come straight back in again. Meals were prepared by a lovely lady who shares her name with our daughter and come Monday meals on wheels kicks in and various expert advisers will call to suggest ways to improve the safety and convenience of things like bathrooms. All being well our home should be ready for the aftermath of the 14th of May and the all important operation that we all hope will solve the basic problem and see Tina on the way to a full recovery.
Meanwhile back at the photographic ranch'
I took many images of River Red Gums during our trip before Xmas last year and I've started taking a close look at some of them. The IR style and split toning produced this result - any creative comments would be welcome.
Till the next time - Cheers PeterC
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