Nikon 1, in the flowers…
… and Kowhai.
From the Nikon 1.
The hills were shrouded today, as they were yesterday, and I used a 35 mm to get a sense of the emptiness and the mist.
Both taken with a 35 mm lens on a Nikon d800
I spent the first half of this week in Auckland. I have emailed my friends some of the pictures of family… but these are pictures of Auckland itself.
Despite living most of my life up there, I had never been into Grafton Cemetary, which was directly opposite the hotel the conference was staying in.
This had to be corrected.
All photos taken with a Nikon one: using the kit zoom. As a complete aside, this little beastie is rugged — I know that a ruggedized system is now available but the three lens system works really well.
Combination of the zoom lens (in particular the marker) and 50 mm lens on the D800.
You can see on three of the slides just how harsh it is up on Flagstaff — the trees and flax were broken and stripped by the wind and the flagstaff clearly needs recurrent maintenance — and it is only two or three feet high.