Despite being joyously retired, I seem to be very busy.
The hours in the day slip though my fingers and I scramble to grab some shots. A few days of strong wind and salt-laden vistas are making my photographic life difficult. I wandered around Seaview and Point Howard yesterday and as my pictures show there was a lot of haze.
Bright sun towards the late afternoon caused a glittering seascape, but had little impact on the salt haze.
Down at the oil terminal a tanker called STI Olivia was discharging petrol from Marsden Point, and the Miramar Peninsula was almost invisible.
Along the Eastern bays from Lowry Bay to Eastbourne, there was a little more clarity.
And tomorrow my not be much better