Ugly weather returned.
Not to worry, every day offers new opportunities, no matter what the weather does. I began yesterday’s search at Seaview Marina. The blustery wind made reflections shots unlikely, but the cluster of buoys on the stern of a trawler made an interesting focal point.
Over the hill to the Wainuiomata Coast Road, and a pastoral scene looked worth making a shot of. I noted the two outlying sheep way op the hill on the left.
At the coast, all was bleak and wind-swept. Heavy waves and airborne grit were the order of the day. This view is to the East towards Turakirae and the seal colony. This would not be a place to go swimming.
Yesterday evening I had a camera club committee meeting to attend in Eastbourne. On the way, the reflections in Lowry Bay seemed worth a shot.
Today seems even rougher but I hope to find something.