Sunday, 23 September 2018

exit stage left

23rd September 2018, Newton Point, 8am

Not much sunrise due to grey cloud so we didn't hurry out.

Once we got there the cloud was retreating to the south.

Nothing in the diary for today so we sat and watched the world go by for a while.  I had a play with some extreme HDR on the phone.  It's a long way from documentary photography but it's striking and good fun.

23rd September 2018, at home, 11am

A bonny Red Admiral feeding on ivy flowers along with many bees and countless other less glamorous flies. Ivy flowers look like nothing to us but they’re a very important source of late summer nectar.

23rd September 2018, Howick, 5pm

Oyster catchers on Howick sandstone in the late afternoon light.

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