So this is what my shoes looked like on Sunday when I got stuck in mud up to my knees trying to navigate around a small landslip on my walk. The top had dried to a crust but below was still pretty wet.
A contribution to Jennifer’s one word photo challenge with the theme of dirt
The wharewaka (literally “canoe house”) with its distinctive roof is one of the dominant features of Wellington’s waterfront.
Taken and posted as a contribution to Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge with the theme of roofs
Mother nature is conspiring against me getting out to take photos with earthquakes and flooding keeping me at home and indoors.
So I can’t manage the truely tiny, and will need to settle for the merely small.
Taken and posted as a contribution to Nancy’s A Photo Week Challenge with the theme of leaves
A slightly unusual timing (Monday morning) post from me. My office is closed this morning for inspection following the earthquakes overnight. Fortunately me and my family are all fine.
Fish and Chips
Taken and posted as a contribution to Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge with the theme of signs
This is how Nancy has set this week’s challenge
Cropping is a very important tool in any photographer’s arsenal. Cropping can take a picture from okay to interesting. It can change the feeling or perspective of a shot. Cropping a shot from landscape to portrait (or vice versa) can help change the focus of your image. Cropping helps you tell your story in exactly the way you want. This week, have fun playing around with the cropping tools in whatever photo editing software you prefer.
A different composition on a Montreal subject I have previously posted.
Posted in response to Ailsa’s travel theme of dark
Down by the Port
I haven’t posted to Norm’s Thursday Door challenge for a while.
My work has moved offices away from a location close to the commercial and parliamentary precinct in Wellington where three are lots of historic (by NZ standards) buildings which have been well maintained or restored.
Our new offices are on port land which has seen some development with modern (but not all that interesting) buildings, but where there are also quite a number of disused buildings. These relics are not at all beautiful, but do have interesting textures.