During our summer holiday we drove from Westport to Karamea on the western coast of the South Island and our car overheated - while Tom was collecting water from a stream I stopped to capture the lush green of the native bush and mist. It was such a beautiful place, so damp and cool with birds calling out to each other from the treetops.
Also pictured above: a knitting project that is nearly finished. It will be a gift and I've used merino, possum, alpaca and other yarns to make it.
+ + And this is another beautiful thing I found recently: Bògòlanfini mudcloth from Mali.