I took this photo in during Christmas time last year. Yes, it is summer in New Zealand during Christmas. Twilight colours in the sky above a few houses
Photography: Cobblestone Lane
Durham Lane, Auckland CBD. Looking towards Queen St
Photography: Town Hall
Auckland Town Hall on a sunny day with Cirrocumulus cloud pattern
Photography: Snaps from Newmarket
Some photos I took around Newmarket, Auckland on a sunny day. A sculpture present on the corner of Khyber Pass road And Broadway Altezano on the corner of Kent St and Osborne St Broadway Cinemas
Photo: Teahouse on the lake
Teahouse on the lake, Pukekura Park, New Plymouth
Monochrome of a empty bench under a streetlight I took this photo at the end of my Rotorua Treewalk. My phone couldn't do justice to the amazing & highly recommended night treewalk, otherwise I would have more photos to show.
Photography: Golden Hour
This is my favourite photo from my trip to Whangarei, Northland. Whangarei Falls Reserve, Whangarei I took it after I was walking back to my car and saw this lonesome bench draped in the golden glow of sunset. I knew before I shot the photo that this was perfect.
The following is a photograph I took while walking through the sidewalk in Wellington, New Zealand opposite Wellington Railway station. Monochrome Corridor
The Bridge at Eric Armishaw Park, Point Chevalier I have full recovered since my surgery and I am back at work. This photo was from one of the first walks I did since recovering.
Photography: Te Mata Peak, Hastings
Te Mata Peak, Hastings at noon The wondrous Te Mata Peak. This was the result of the best photo I took. My only regret was not visiting the peak at sunrise/sunset. Look at the time lapse of the drive up & down.
Kinloch is my favourite place which is twenty minute drive from the heart of Taupo. I discovered this place 4 years ago & since then every time I pass Taupo I wanna come here. Taupo, on its own is majestic, but this beach town is secluded from the highway & the tourists. Kinloch beach & … Continue reading Photography: Kinloch
Photo: Cable Car
I took this photo last December in Wellington. I edited it in RawTherapee and I really loved how it came out. Wellington Cable Car
Photo: Chinese Scholars’ Garden
One of my favourite photo from Hamilton Gardens, Hamilton.
One thing I missed severely during Covid-19 Lockdown was petting cats and dogs. Now, I get to pet them again. Puppy sniffing my fingers as it ran around me I took this photo as he was running left and right in glee and I am amazed this came out this good.
Photo: Duder Regional Park
View at the end of the path PS: This photo was taken in Feb 2020, long before NZ issued Covid-19 level 4 alerts and a national emergency.
Photography: Flower Bud
Macro photo of a flower
Photography: Soft Toy
I walk to work everyday. This is something I took on Monday as I was intrigued as well as amused by it. Orange Soft toy sitting on a fence
Photography: Lake Rotoiti in Raglan
There are two Lake Rotoiti in New Zealand. One in North Island and other in the South. I visited the one in the north.
Photos: Karangahake Gorge
A couple of weeks ago I went to Karangahake Gorge, two hours west of Auckland. These are some of my favorite images from the day. The Gorge at midway point It was a beautiful day, bright sunny skies and lush green mountains. However, after editing, I liked the photos best when they were monochrome. My … Continue reading Photos: Karangahake Gorge
Recently, I brought a bunch of mobile camera lenses. One of those lens was a macro lens, which allowed me to take photographs of objects 1-2 cm away from my phone. Here are some of the good ones results. A RoseAnts for sizeWhite roseSize view I also created an account on EyeEm, an social media/marketplace … Continue reading Macro Photography
Odin the Cat
Odin My roommate Emi is catsitting two siblings cats at the moment. This is Odin.
Photo Post: Foggy Morning
Last weekend, I was walking through Ponsonby, Auckland to meet a group of hikers. This morning was special, it was particularly foggy. I could hardly see more than a few meters in front of me even though the sun had risen half hour ago. I took this photo after sunrise around 8:30 am. Sunlight imbued … Continue reading Photo Post: Foggy Morning
Photo Challenge: Prolific
Last Saturday, I woke up at 6am to try photograph the sunrise from Point Chevalier in Auckland. The sunrise was spectacular but this photo became my favorite. Hundreds, if not thousands of dewdrops.
Photo Challenge: Smile
I had to point my camera at something or someone that puts a smile on our face. Well, Zoey does that. She usually finds me when I am coming, she runs towards me: her feet clapping on the sidewalk and stops a meter away so that I have to get close to her to pet … Continue reading Photo Challenge: Smile
Photo Challenge: Rise/Set
This isn't exactly sunrise, I think the time was 10am. But I think this fits Rise. Also, I took this with my friends' DSLR when we were walking Tongariro Alpine Crossing.
Photo Challenge: Favorite Place
This is not my favorite, but it certainly is this black Labrador's favorite place: standing on top of the garage. I have seen him/her so many evenings while coming home but the Lab's too far away to catch the name or pet.
Photo Challenge: I’d Rather Be
This photo was from a walk I did in Duder Regional Park. I would rather be near the sea, and on a perfect day like this, the shore looks amazing.
Photo Challenge: Variations of Bridal Falls, Raglan
I was at Raglan last year when we visited Bridal Falls. I took photographs from various angles. Enjoy! PS: If anyone has any suggestions on adding watermarks or copyright to lots of images, let me know!
Photo Challenge: Silence, Duder Regional Park
I was out on a hike at Duder Regional Park, East Auckland. The place was great for oceanic/peninsular pictures. Here is one of them. I walked with 60 people who were behind me. This peninsula is one of the Pā (a fortified site) in the region. As we sat for lunch, most people sat … Continue reading Photo Challenge: Silence, Duder Regional Park
Photo Challenge: Growth
I took this photo a long time ago as I was walking to work with my Huawei Y5 phone camera. Spring time meant a lot of flowers and this one was great, a perfect flower growth. Check out Daily Post for the prompt.