Last Hour of Light

  “Dusk is just an illusion because the sun is either above the horizon or below it. And that means that day and night are linked in a way that few things are there cannot be one without the other yet they cannot exist at the same time. How would it feel I remember wondering […]

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New Zealands Milford Sound

  One more from my photo trip down memory lane of the South Island holiday. I mentioned yesterday about the amazing enormity of the mountains. Often rising up above the flat land, it confronts you face on. Todays shot, taken in Milford Sound is another location when you can get up close to this once glacier […]

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Morning View

  Before a busy day in the garden, I managed to get a walk in early morning today. One of the great things about out new home is that its about 5 minutes away from a great coastal bush walk. I brought out the old Olympus E500 four thirds DSLR. Although getting a little long […]

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Waiting for the Storm

  A short stroll after work at the Beach Haven waterfront. Light rain precedes what is forecast to be a potentially heavy storm and possible isolated tornadoes tonight. Shooting again using the B&W High Contrast mode on the Ricoh GRD IV and post editing in Gimp – cropping aspect and adding a slight colour tone tint. […]

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New Plymouth Waterfront

My last image from the New Plymouth holiday. Down on the waterfront looking towards the old power station. Anyone visiting New Plymouth really should spend some time on the waterfront area. They have a great walkway that stretches for several Km. The Wand, and various walking tracks that begin down by the sea. Not much […]

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Sails on the Harbour

An old archive shot for today. Not quite sure where the day has gone, but gone it has. Shot on one of my old cameras, the Canon G12, from North Head, looking into the city. I dont recall if it was any specific regatta day, but I liked how the low sun desaturates all but […]

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