Yesterday was a day bookended by dramatic clouds, first at dawn when I was drawn to the beach to record some Oyster Catchers (birds) having a territorial dispute, flying big loops along the beach as the intruding Oyster Catcher was shown the exit

Little Huia

Then at the end of the day, flying back to Auckland after a quick trip to Wellington to sort out a few things with my new house/studio – view from the window seat as the sun was just setting:

Little Huia

It made me think about how the ‘bad’ part of ‘bad weather’ completely depends on what you are doing. A beautifully sunny day with no clouds is always welcome but nothing beats the drama of an approaching storm, even if this morning was only a very brief shower…

Dawn clouds shot with 5DmkIII and EF70-200L lens, dusk clouds shot with iPad

2 Responses to Bookends

  1. Arnoud says:

    Regarding your bad in bad weather comment. A friend of mine always says ‘there’s no such thing as bad weather, there’s only bad clothing’ 🙂 or in other words, preparation is key when it comes to weather types. Nice picture from the iPad, that’s not a iPad2 right?

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