Monthly Archives: September 2016

September 27, 2016 … the spice of life

My photographic week continued to be shaped by the weather. Soft grey chilly drizzle was the main feature. Nevertheless, as long as the wind is absent, I can usually find a point of view worth recording. From Lowry Bay, the … Continue reading

Posted in Adventure, Art, Camera club, Colonial Knob, Cook Strait, Landscapes, Light, Maritime | 2 Comments

September 21, 2016 … here and there, this and that

It has been an ordinary week, mostly characterized by drab, chilly and often drizzly weather. I don’t mind such soft grey weather as it often presents attractive views. At Petone wharf, for example, the view across the almost flat harbour … Continue reading

Posted in Architecture, Botanic gardens, flowers, Light, Lower Hutt, Weather, Wellington | 3 Comments

September 14, 2016 … like a box of chocolates

The week since I last wrote, began and ended with rain, but somewhere in the middle, we got a real soft centre. Mary and I had arrived in New Plymouth and settled into our rented house (my first Airbnb), but … Continue reading

Posted in Adventure, Landscapes, mountains, New Plymouth, Rivers, Taranaki, Waves, Weather | 1 Comment

Thursday 8 September, 2016 – perverse nature

So much for the automated reminder for a weekly Wednesday edition. Of course I have an excuse, but I won’t waste your time with it. I had a project in mind for a photographic qualification. It depended on there being … Continue reading

Posted in Adventure, adversity, Birds, Maritime, New Plymouth, Reflections, Sunset, Taranaki, Waves, Weather | 2 Comments