Watching the world go by. Caffe Eis, Cuba Street, Wellington. Photo: Su Leslie, 2014. Shot with iPhone4, edited with Pixlr Express.

Watching the world go by. Caffe Eis, Cuba Street, Wellington. Photo: Su Leslie, 2014. Shot with iPhone4, edited with Pixlr Express.

It’s hard to believe, watching the sun go down in a clear blue sky, that it’s rained virtually every day for the last few weeks. My Wellington trip was fantastic, but yielded few photos — it was just so dull and grey. Here are a few, shot in colour but really not diminished by removing that for Sally’s  Phoneography and Non-SLR Digital Devices ChallengeBlack & White.

Neil Dawson, "Ferns". Civic Square, Wellington, New Zealand.  Neil Dawson's wonderful metal globe of interconnected fern leaves hangs high above the square. Photo: Su Leslie, 2014. Shot with iPhone4, edited with Pixlr Express.

Neil Dawson, “Ferns”. Civic Square, Wellington, New Zealand. Neil Dawson’s wonderful metal globe of interconnected fern leaves hangs high above the square. Photo: Su Leslie, 2014. Shot with iPhone4, edited with Pixlr Express.

City lights brighten the inky blackness of The Lagoon, Wellington. Photo: Su Leslie, 2014. Shot with iPhone4, edited with Pixlr Express.

City lights brighten the inky blackness of The Lagoon, Wellington. Photo: Su Leslie, 2014. Shot with iPhone4, edited with Pixlr Express.

Giant ceramic shards form a sculptural entrance-way to the forecourt of the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa, Wellington. Photo: Su Leslie, 2014. Shot with iPhone4, edited with Pixlr Express.

Glen Hayward, “Rita Angus used to grow her own vegetables.” Hayward’s giant ceramic shards form a sculptural entrance-way on the “four plinths” sited on the forecourt of the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa, Wellington. Photo: Su Leslie, 2014. Shot with iPhone4, edited with Pixlr Express.

 

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When the weather offers just shades of grey

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