It was a thick and fast kind of day.
There was thick fog in Wellington and fast water in the Hutt River. The fog seemed to have a severe impact on city bound traffic, and when I got to the city I saw lots of opportunities with no chance of parking anywhere near the viewpoint I wanted. Being inherently lazy, I gave up on the nice shots I saw but didn’t make. Instead, I drove back to Horokiwi, and looked back towards the city.
There was little or no fog in the Hutt Valley so I went on up the side roads and narrow lanes of Horokiwi. There was some heavy fog or cloud to the West.
In the afternoon, in reasonable sunshine I went to the weir in the Hutt River near Silverstream. The last time I was there the river was in full flood and the thick brown water was thundering over the pipe. Yesterday, the flow was still fast and turbulent over the rocks but the water was much clearer.
I sat on a downstream rock and, with the aid of my trusty ND filter got what I think is a nice shot upstream.
And then in keeping with the old dictum that, to the man with a hammer, everything looks like a nail, used the ND filter again.
And that will suffice for the day.