This was made whilst we were starting out an afternoon poodle walk. You can see our Subaru Forester parked on Kings Beach Road.
The storm from the south west came in that night and it has battered the coast for the following 4 days.
This picture was made whilst flying across the southern alps in the South Island. I was on an early morning flight heading towards the west coast of New Zealand :
This picture is a few minutes latter than the ones in this post.
I was enroute from Christchurch to Adelaide.
This picture was made on an early morning poodle walk with Ari. The autumn mornings have been very still, gentle and calm.
I have been spending my days sitting at the computer at Encounter Studio trying to sequence the photos in The Bowden Archives book. I take a break by starting to select images for the next book--Tasmanian Elegies.
I'm on the road to Melbourne this week. I am staying here for a couple of days to work on editing the images of the Bowden Archives book with Stuart Murdoch. He has kindly volunteered to help me. I am just too close to the work.
I was able to do a bit of photography yesterday around the Southern Cross Station
I was waiting to meet some friends in Richmond and I had a hour or so to take some photos around Docklands.
I was on the early am flight when I flew out of Christchurch to Adelaide via Melbourne. We left Christchurch as the sun was rising over the Canterbury Plains.
The early morning light flickered across the tops of the high country before as we fly over them before crossing the Southern Alps on our way to the West Coast of the South Island.
I was very fortunate to see the early morning light over the high country though which the Waimakarri River flows on its way to Peagasus Bay in the Pacific Ocean.