It was a scattergun kind of day.
I pointed my camera at a strange variety of subjects. Conveniently at hand was a bunch of birthday roses, so here is one of them.
At Hikoikoi, the heron was nowhere to be seen, but the water was very still and I wanted to get low down and look across the water to various objects on the sandbank.
On the Esplanade, at Petone, the misty character of the day was worth having a look at. Matiu/Somes was the most substantial item in the landscape.
When I returned home, I spotted a piece of driftwood in the garden. Mary collects these sort of things. It had some moss and lichen on it so I decided to exercise the macro lens, This little piece of lichen is approximately 20mm from side to side.
That’s enough until tomorrow.