My time here in New Zealand is 50% spent.
I am loving every minute but I should have worked out by now what photographic project I am currently working on. I thought is would make itself clear to me if I spent enough time here.
So some guidance would be appreciated.
While I have been travelling around enjoying the scenery I have, of course, taken pictures along the way. All of which might be mini projects in their own right, but they are a jumble, diverse, random and of little merit individually.
They might be described as a representation of my current state of mind……..…..confused.
Here are a few to make my point.
There are gravel roads in the Otago countryside
Mountains in the Remarkable range
And forests of green
Places to stay.
People out and about
|Queenstown beach on a lazy summer Sunday|
|tsunami hazard zone|
and animals too
There are historic buildings and possibly the world's smallest library with almost certainly the shortest opening hours ( one hour on fridays)
and there are places named after Scotland in places that look like Scotland
|Argyle St, Glenorchy|
There are red hot pokers marking letter boxes by the roadside, now dying , so too late for a project there.
And red hot skies over the mountains
I am a master of indecision.
It can only go forward from here.
possible titles to draw all these themes together on a postcard please.
Patience is a virtue I hear you say……
Ideas will come if I wait for long enough……..
It's a bit like waiting for penguins.