Sunday again… here’s this week’s Sunday Sevens:
By the waterside
Last Sunday afternoon I found myself down by the water at Camp Bay. It was lovely to be able to take a few moments to listen to the lapping of the waves and look up at the huge boats. I noticed just in front of me was a huge shoal of fish swimming round and round in circles and coming up for air. They looked like mini sharks!
The last September sunset of 2018
A third photo here from last Sunday, but it was a beauty so I had to share it!
Med steps on a Monday
What better way to start the week than with a yomp up the Med Steps. I wasn’t as quick as I was last time, I didn’t manage to get up there at all the week before and I was a bit out of breath! I also had an encounter with an ape who didn’t seem to want to let me past! I gave it a bit of a talking to and after a few moments, I felt brave enough to go past it…
Tuesday saw me back at my Dressmaking class and for this first time this academic year, after weeks of pattern drawing, I was able to actually do some sewing! I have to make a toile first before setting about making my jacket for real.
I had been trying to paint a picture of stormy seas off Europa Point at my watercolour class but that was proving rather difficult. I decided to make a change and opted for some busy Lizzies instead.
Last rays of sunshine
I was passing Europa Point on Friday evening as the last rays of sunshine were shining. I just had to stop the car and take a photo.
I featured this art work as it was being painted a few weeks ago and promised I’d show you again once it was finished. It was painted by a local artist Gerry Martinez and is much needed boost to this rather unloved underpass. It’s a great addition to Gibraltar.
Here are a few highlights from last month…
As always I’m linking with Natalie from Threads and Bobbins for this weekly blog series.
Thanks for stopping by!