Yep, it's time for some more photos from the Land of Alan.
That one is a sunrise from the lounge room window. I get up earlier than normal these days, after having started a new shift at work from 7:30am – 4pm, which means I get up at 6am. This means (!) that I get to see nice sunrises… If I spot any more beautiful sunrises, I'll be sure to take photos of them. No two sunrises (or sunsets) are ever the same….
That's Deidre and I at a party we went to on Thursday night last week, for a friend of mine, Peter. It was a good night, and there was at least 50 or so people there, 'cause it was also a birthday party for 5 or so other people as well.
That's the last we'll see of the HMNZS Wellington, before it gets a few chunks blown out of it and it becomes a diving wreck somewhere out in the ocean. Not sure exactly where. Deidre and I went there this afternoon, to have a look at it. I wanted to get some photos of this 30+ year old NZ warship. Funny story: as we were leavng, we walked past a young couple walking towards it, and the girl said to the guy, "Come on, let's go look at the army ship." Army ship? What ignorance… *sigh*
That's a great shot of two pigeons sitting on top of a post that was sticking out of the water. It was such a beautiful, artistic shot, with the blackness outlining this post as it jutted up from the water. There was a bit of light reflected at the bottom of the picture, showing oily stuff on the water, so I just blacked it out to make the picture look a bit more interesting. Aren't those pigeons cute?
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