All shots taken at a petrochemical tank farm on Aucklands water front. There were SO many shots to be had here, so many different angles, shadows, colours and textures. It was a bright sunny day but the sun kept disappearing behind clouds which created different shadows almost continuously.
Add to that the many different ways I liked to process the final images created more image possibilities from one location than I have found before.
A return trip is a must.
Rangitoto Island is a volcanic island in the Hauraki Gulf near Auckland, New Zealand. The 5.5 km wide island is an iconic and widely visible landmark of Auckland with its distinctive symmetrical shield volcano cone rising 260 meters (850 ft) high over the Hauraki Gulf.
80 second exposure, f22, ISO 100