Autumnal Sunset in the Pohangina Valley

One of the things I truly like about photography is the friendships you develop along the way. This weekend I was feeling like we hadn't been out photographing much and with the pressures and other priorities of life that happens. So I messaged a few friends and asked who was keen to make an afternoon / evening of it. In the end six of us went out in the afternoon to see what we could find up the Pohangina Valley.

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Art of the Night

Had a lot of fun out tonight at The Art of Night - The Photography of Mark Gee event hosted by Mark Gee in Wellington. There were loads of people there, apparently 850+. In the end I wound up helping a few people to get better images of the night sky, I hope there was a lot of other people helping others out because for some this was their first attempt. I met Mark later in the night which was interesting.

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Power to the People

Photography can be beautiful, it can be controversial, but it can also be used to increase awareness of stories that have either become forgotten or ignored.

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de Havilland Venom - Tauranga Air Show

The de Havilland DH 112 Venom was a British postwar single-engined jet aircraft developed from the de Havilland Vampire. It served with the Royal Air Force as a single-seat fighter-bomber and two-seat night fighter. The Venom was an interim between the first generation of British jet fighters – straight-wing aircraft powered by centrifugal flow engines such as the Gloster Meteor and the Vampire and later swept wing, axial flow-engined designs such as the Hawker Hunter and de Havilland Sea Vixen. The Venom was exported to Iraq, New Zealand, Sweden, Switzerland and Venezuela.


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Four AM

So often those spectacular moments pass by us without us even noticing. It's no wonder really, our lives are busy, and there are many things that demand our concentration. But when you take time out, time to enjoy the simple things, it's amazing what you find.

Remember that life is not measured by the number of breaths we take, but by the moments that take our breath away!