I’d be driven indoors by a late summer rain shower that had hung around the city all day. Not being discouraged and deterred, I was determined to see things around the city and so to pass the time until the rain stopped, I was exploring what I thought was a museum. I was a bit confused on this fact as it seemed to have been turned into a giant playground as parents were allowing children to freely run around the museum, making the most monstrous noise. I was wanting to photograph the old Maori Hill-Roslyn Tram No 1 and after 10 minutes of patiently waiting while children ignored their parents’ demands to “get here now!” I was able to get the clear shot I wanted.
I came across this view while wandering on the Karetai Track and having gotten to a point where I decided to enjoy the view. Looking through the fence I found so many things I loved about what was in front of me. I think my favourite is the way the wire cuts up the image creating 25 mini images for the eye to explore.
Autumn in Dunedin
Thus it was that I found myself on a Saturday morning, on an exceptionally warm and still day walking through the city. I sat on the concrete steps of the Cenotapth, and in wonderful autumn sunshine watched as cars moved past the office blocks, museums, art galleries and other various buildings that lined The Exchange and Queens Garden.