A trip to the beach this evening, still quite mild and lovely colours in the sky. Subtle pinks and purples. This was a long (4 minute) exposure which has turned the sea flat.
I am currently in the throws of preparing for an exhibition images with one of my photographic friends, Sharon Brophy. The exhibition is being held in the gallery at my local library here in Kaiapoi – Art on the Quay. The process of selecting, preparing and organising images is well underway but is taking quite a lot of time. We will be displaying images in a range of media, from traditional framed prints to metal, canvas, corrugated iron and wood.
The exhibition runs from the 10th March until the 21st April, more details will be found on my Facebook event page.
I had intended a trip to the West Coast this weekend but the weather was looking a bit unhelpful – snow on the mountain passes so I decided to wait for another weekend. Instead I took a trip to Banks Peninsula and started at Port Levy Saddle. It was very windy and bitterly cold – snow and hail – so my photographs were taken quickly in between pulling gloves off and on and trying to stay warm. Still it is always a good place to visit.
I took a trip to Arthur’s Pass National Park this afternoon, quite a mixture of weather and light, lots of images to go through hopefully some of them are worth processing. Here are a couple of the light coming through the clouds, actually the contrast was very high and finding a good exposure was quite hard.