Grey misty evening light has its possibilities.
Given that I missed all the opportunities during the day, I had to take the chance. Rain was still falling, though softly. There was just the barest of wind so water was relatively calm, and I helped that along with the aid of the neutral density filter and a long exposure (2.5 seconds). The Western hills of Newlands and Horokiwi have disappeared in the mist, but the marina seems calm.
On another pontoon, looking south to the less expensive moorings you can see that the workboat with the blue trim has a wind turbine to generate electricity. It is telling me that the breeze is much more vigorous than I thought as the blades are whirling around. I liked the green colour in the water.
My last shot from yesterday brings up an old favourite … the receding planes of a misty landscape. This was taken from Sorrento Bay look Southwards past Lowry Bay, York Bay, Mahina bay, Sunshine bay to Days Bay and Eastbourne.
And the grey fades to black.