I hate leaving photographic challenges incomplete.
A few days ago, I attempted a high-resolution panorama from Brooklyn Hill and was thwarted by the wind. The camera needs to be absolutely still for the method to work, and the wind-induced vibration just killed it. Yesterday I tried again. Though the wind was less, it still didn’t yield the results I hoped for. I shall try again soon. The ship in port is the Explorer of the Seas.
Swinging around to the South, I liked the swirling clouds rushing out to sea.
Going down the hill, I went through the Brooklyn shops onto Washington Avenue and down Dorking Road and found a place that offered a new viewpoint across the harbour. The Kaiarahi was coming into the gap behind St Gerard’s monastery.
From the same spot, looking to the North East, I saw that grounds staff at the Basin Reserve preparing the pitch for upcoming first-class matches. If you enlarge the image you will see the roller on the pitch.
I shall get this panorama eventually.