P Cat, who has been asleep in the planter box all afternoon, showing no inclination to be a compliant subject for the RDP theme of Slumber
Makara Loop is a popular route for road cyclists in Wellington. I’m fortunate that it starts close to my home so I can ride it regularly
A response to Cee’s Midweek Madness Challenge with the theme of Words with 2 letter ‘a’s
Mau Whenua standing against the sale of their ancestral land at Shelly Bay to a property developer
A response to the FOWC withe the theme of Staunch
The Sealion which has been tied up opposite Queens Wharf for years has been a favourite subject of mine virtually the whole time I have been interested in photography. She appears to be going through another phase in her stationary journey, with more people seeming to be living aboard.
A contribution to Andrew’s Monday Washing Lines challenge
My office street address of 3 Queens Wharf doesn’t mean much to a lot of people. But everyone can find us “under the sails”
a contribution to the lens artists challenge of “subjects beginning with S”
A contribution to Becky’s square up challenge
My first photo for the year (and in fact for quite a while). A contribution to Becky’s Square challenge with the theme of Up
This boat hasn’t moved for several years. Now it looks like they are really settling in …
Shot and posted as a contribution to the pull up a seat challenge
An unusually calm morning in Wellington.
A response to the RDP theme of Windbag
At the Johnsonville end, Old Coach Road has been swallowed up by suburbia but the rest (still a legal road) forms a rare example of a barely-modified early colonial road. The 3-km section between Johnsonville and Rifle Range Road in Ōhariu Valley, where I walked this afternoon, is now protected. It was the first road to be registered by the Historic Places Trust.
Taken n in response to Cee’s Black and White Photo Challenge with the theme of benches