Sunday is my time for seascape photography. Sometimes it’s hard to figure out where the weekend goes. But by Sunday afternoon it was time to visit a beach and absorb some of that lovely, NZ fresh air. The cool weather means we have practically no heat haze at the moment. That produces a nice clarity in images this time of year. And with the weather a little more settled, there’s not much sand and spray in the air also.
I’d been to Long Bay the last couple of times. This time I went back to Waiake. In part I wanted to practice using my newish 135mm f2.8 STF lens. And partly because it is a very attractive bay.
This was the view from the Tor, looking out toward Rangitoto Island. You can make out part of the filter system I use for these shots.
And because I did want to try out the 135mm lens, some shells…