June 13, 2014 … wind and water

Chilly breezes and dampness persist.

From Breaker Bay

Across the harbour mouth to the Eastern Hills and the wet weather

From Breaker Bay, the view across the harbour entrance was interesting. I have always liked the shades of grey and receding planes that come when rain drifts in over the hills. This rain seemed to be coming my way so I had mixed feelings.

Palmer Head

Surging seas at Palmer Head

At Palmer head, the waves coming in from the South East were surging backwards and forwards through the rocks, so I decided to give it the slow treatment. That is Pencarrow light in the distance.


FV Steve Mayree rolls into port at Island Bay

In Island Bay, the fishing vessel Steve Mayree came cruising into view, rolling heavily in a beam sea. Just one lone sea-gull was keeping her company, so I assume there was no recently processed catch on board.


Wind turbine at Brooklyn


I went home via Happy Valley Road and diverted to the wind turbine at Brooklyn. The day was so grey that I got nothing noteworthy up there, but gave the spinning blades a shot.

That’s all folks.


About wysiwygpurple

Retirement suits me well. I spend much of my time out making pictures, or at home organizing and refining my pictures. This blog provides me with a platform from which I can indulge my passion for improving my photography and at the same time analyze my thoughts about what I have seen, where I have been and what is happening in my life. My images set out to be honest, but that does not mean I have not adjusted them. I use software to display what I saw though the viewfinder to best advantage. My preference is for landscape and nature, and is mostly centred around my hometown of Wellington, New Zealand.
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2 Responses to June 13, 2014 … wind and water

  1. John Titchener says:

    An interesting illusion of movement appears, when scrolling down on your final pic. The tower (or mast, or whatever it is called) gives me a definite impression of movement, despite its being VERY firmly anchored to Terra Firma.

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