TweetThis selection of ten photos from around the world feature the beauty of morning light; otherwise known as the golden hour, raking light, sunrise, early morning and other terms that mean you must get up early to get the shot. All photos are available as wide format prints. Simply click on each image to be [...]
TweetWellington residents are regular spectators to a display of power by the elements. The New Zealand capital is known for its capricious weather and, in particular, its very strong winds. With a number coastal walkways meandering along the city's many bays and Cook Strait, the ocean has always been at the heart of Wellington's charm. [...]
TweetThis elevated view of Oriental Bay in Wellington, New Zealand was taken on November 5, 2009. Guy Fawkes day. While the pyrotechnic show hadn't started yet when I took this photo, you can see a few small fireworks in the left side of frame. A unusually large number of boats congregate in the bay to [...]
TweetA swell caused by southerly winds washes over the jagged rocks at Moa Point, Wellington, New Zealand. To order a print of this photo, click on the image, or visit The Ocean gallery.
TweetWith some time away from Avatar , I went for an evening stroll last sunday, with my Mamiya Super 23 camera. It’s a relatively old film cameras which was popular with photojournalists about 40 years ago. Several lenses can be used with the Mamiya Super 23, the most common one being the 100mm f/3.5. As [...]