Leaving it late in the day when there is nothing captured is a risk.
Fortunately, some feathered friends turned up tp lighten the mood last evening. A small flock of white-fronted terns were roosting on some rocks in Lowry Bay. The weather was grey, verging on drizzle, and though an occasional bird flew off to grab a bed-time snack from the sea, they were mostly static.
On Petone Esplanade, the view out through the heads was intriguing with a patch of bright sun on the Pencarrow Heads as the interisland ferry Santa Regina sailed in from Picton. It was still damp in Petone but clearing from the South.
Further round there was a moody overcast in Wellington that I liked.
That’s all for today.