Anzac…

Anzac…

This is a image of the Cenotaph at Mount Maunganui the evening after the dawn service marking Anzac Day 2015. There were red lights illuminating the monument but some other things have shown up which everybody has a different take on. Have not added anything into this image and it has just received normal processing in Lightroom.

To me this is a special take on my war rememberance…

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The tree on the hill…

The tree on the hill…

This image was made at the top of the Minden on a showery day with many passing dumps of wet. The sun just shone a ray of light behind and the whisper of cloud above added a contrast as well.

As with many isolated tree shots its usually one by itself as if its standing against the world and all that it can throw at it. A champion of survival perhaps…

 

Ablaze…

Ablaze…

When you can see later in the afternoon the cloud building to a hopeful colourful sunset you tend as a photog to wait it out and see what happens. Anyways whats the hurry…

Seems that worked just fine. Love these apps to help sort the weather out but at the end of the day its up to mother nature…you just have to be there…

 

The 3 of us…

The 3 of us…

The 3 of us…
What is meant by that title is the fact that there are 3 people to do with this image. You the viewer, the person standing on the beach at Shark Alley at the Mount and the creator of this image. There is at least two people to do with any image using that analogy anyways. But see if you can spot the third one in this case…you will have to enlarge it.
Sunrise at Shark Alley…always a good day.

Wild Wairere Falls…

Wild Wairere Falls…

The Wairere Falls are really dramatic with-out lots of water rushing over being the highest falls in the Port Island but given all the rain from a previous dumping as well as a tail end of a tropical storm in this case the flow really starts to thunder over the ledge.

The next rain squad was bearing down and just managed to get the water in focus before the misty thing happened again. That was lucky…!

As there was no real colour with-in the image it made sense to just convert totally to black and white…much better contrast on the water as well.

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