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A Word A Week Photography Challenge: Distant

Oriental Parade, Wellington.  St Gerards Cathederal (centre back) on the lower slopes of Mt Vic.  Oriental Parade lights in background.  Parade Cafe (the old tugboat) in near right foreground.

“The Boardwalk”: Oriental Parade, Wellington. St Gerards Cathederal (centre back) on the lower slopes of Mt Victoria. Oriental Parade lights in background. Parade Cafe (the old tugboat) in near right foreground.

The Boardwalk and the Boardwalk Part 2 are two images I took over consecutive nights from the same spot but facing in opposite directions (if that make sense).

Both images are taken in Oriental Bay, Wellington, New Zealand.  The aim was to use the boardwalk to guide the eye to subjects in the distance.

To see more submissions for this weeks theme, click here.

Looking across Wellington Harbour to the city lights along Waterloo Quay.

“The Boardwalk Part 2”: Looking across Wellington Harbour to the city lights along Waterloo Quay.

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Discussion

7 thoughts on “A Word A Week Photography Challenge: Distant

  1. Wow! Nice treatment and excellent point of view!

    Posted by Tvor | July 10, 2013, 12:11 pm
  2. Wonderful photos. I am drawn to the walkway and the buildings along the way.

    Posted by Forest So Green | July 10, 2013, 4:54 pm
  3. Very nice photos…

    Posted by Barbara | July 11, 2013, 2:32 am

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