Not sure if anyone has noticed, but the images for the last few days have been more deliberate than usual.
I seem to have found some sort of groove. Perhaps it’s a benefit of mixing with so many gifted photographers over the last week, and som of it rubbed off. At least I have a better idea of what I aspire to. My first image from yesterday is a part of a statue I have photographed before. It is Virginia King’s fine representation of Katherine Mansefield n Midland park.
Later in the day I was drawn once more to the water’s edge where a group of black-backed gulls were sheltering near the Petone wharf until a man with two dogs came by and they all flew away.
I had another image too, but decided to stay with just three, and this last one is my favourite of the day. Using the neutral density filter and a slow exposure, I caught the stillness and the rosy colours of the end of the day. I hope you will click on each image to see the detail.
That’s all for now,