It is time to delve into some random patterns that might stir up memories or comment. The first is a cairngorm brooch my son used to wear on his plaid as part of his piping uniform. These have thankfully been dispensed with as they are far too hot to wear during our summers.
Here is a detail on a canon in Fort Beaufort.
At this time of the year we scan the horizon for clouds that might just bring us rain.
After the rain comes the joy of seeing drops on the leaves around the garden.
Leaves on their own make attractive patterns too.
Lastly – part of a buffalo.