For The Steps Of Another Day
Long exposures and slow shutter speeds can create an intriguing effect, particularly around water. This image I took at Smails Beach which is a short drive from where I live. The texture on the rocks from the seaweed is really interesting when combined with a candyfloss effect on the water created by an exposure time of 146 seconds at f/11. I don’t usually create images with such a long exposure but it’s extremely satisfying when they come out how you want.
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I Wandered Long In The Garden Beauty.
The gardens at Larnach’s Castle are outstanding in so many ways. There’s wide open spaces, fountains, secret garden paths, forest walks, all sorts of themed plantings that are surrounded and capped off by this magnificent view and the splendid castle.
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True It Is, When The Rain Stops.
I don’t have many shots of Dunedin at night and I always think I should get more but I never seem to. I always think I should put some time aside to get more images like this which is more of a cityscape than a landscape. It had just stopped raining which made the city lights glow, shine and bounce off all the wet surfaces . Any new landscape/cityscape images of Dunedin I upload into this new gallery called Ōtepoti.
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Wherever I Wander, Wherever I Rove.
Here’s another image from my Ōtepoti gallery. Actually, I’m going to be publishing images from there all this week so make sure you share them with your friends and family to show off this wonderful place. Today’s images was taken on Highcliff Road which runs along the top of the Peninsula and has all these marvellous stone walls that date back to the early settlers. On this occasion I was after the sunset looking back towards the city.
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Let Thy East Tide Rest On
How wonderful is this light at Second Beach in St Clair. It didn’t hang around for long so I was pretty happy to get the light while it was there. This image is from a gallery I’ve just reorganised called Ōtepoti. It’s taken me a while to sort all my landscape images but I’m getting closer to being completed. I’ve organised them into three galleries called Ōtepoti which are images from around Dunedin, Beyond The Eastern Steeps which are any landscapes image from beyond Dunedin city and Peak Directions which is home to my never ending collection of images of life around St Clair. If you want to check them out (which I’d love you to do) just follow the above links.
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