What an odd week it's been.
And thank goodness for something to focus on with the photography challenge!
Golden hour is such a magical time of the day and I love that it happens
TWICE a day,
not just once.
I downloaded the SunTracker app and it's been so useful.
Especially as with lockdown restrictions, I'm not walking where I usually do.
You get quite used to where the sun's likely to rise and set in a specific location.
With the lockdown restrictions though I've had to walk local.
The closest natural areas to me are the Panmure Basin and the Tamaki Estuary.
Both are about 2.5kms away so it's a nice brisk walk to get there before the sun rises each day.
I don't mind walking in the dark.
It means I hear all the birds wake up.
I have fun trying to identify them by their calls.
Some of the images I've used this week are from the archives.
"It is a serious thing just to be alive on this fresh morning in this broken world."
~ Mary Oliver