Looking for a different viewpoint is a constant challenge.
I usually set out with a very vague idea of where I shall go, and tend to turn towards the conditions of light or circumstances that might make a good image. I began yesterday on the waterfront where an all but disused chunk of railway line was gleaming in the sun. The geometry of rail yards always appeals to me.
I followed some lesser travelled suburban roads up to the Prince of Wales Park where there were some different perspectives on the housing near Newtown. The big old house stripped of its paint was eye-catching, especially since there seem to be no arrangements to repaint it.
Down Happy Valley Road to the South coast, I came towards Island Bay from the West. Taputeranga Island was picked out in the low sunlight.
My last shot for the day is in the bay itself., getting down to water level. The fleet was looking smart in the last glow of the day.
That’s the day done