Burke Street old wharf…

Burke Street old wharf…

The old wharf piles at Burke Street in Thames in the Coromandel are a bit of a photographers magnet. Its a little bit like the Wanaka Tree in its ability to attract attention but it has no glorious mountain back-drop to fill in behind so its really the weather at the time yhat has to fill in that spot be it a stunning sunset or some moody clouds. A perfect cloudless sky doesn’t seem to cut it.

In this case the day was just bleh and had a monotone feel so what else is a photog to do but make a black and white image. Have included a colour shot made just afterwards for a comparison.

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Mount panoramic…

Mount panoramic…

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This is five images blended into this panoramic which ended as a rather large file. It was so detailed i could zoom in and read some ships names so would print as a high resolution image.

Hopefully when you click on the image to open in a lightbox its resolution will show thru. A bit hard to do on a screen especially a small one. But then again you can expand with a small screen and really have a good look around. Beware this is a large file size and may take a few seconds to load up…

The colours of late Autumn…

The colours of late Autumn…

McLarens Falls on the Kaimai Ranges above Tauranga town are a visual feast at Autumn [ Fall ] time.

Couple that with a good drenching the nite before these images were taken produces ample water to flood the near lake side ground and get the falls themselves racing.

This is a great amenity for the Bay of Plenty area and with the booming population going on there is a constant trickle of people running thru just doing their thing or wanting some peace and quiet.

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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…

 

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