Here’s another photograph of Whangarei Falls:
Yesterday, our friends and I went on a road trip north. Sadly, the weather was not cooperating. When we arrived at the falls, it was raining again and my camera got drenched. Happily, after 5pm, the skies cleared up again. Here’s a photo of the falls from one of the lookout points.
Finally, after four years my wife and I were able to join our second Scott Kelby Worldwide Photowalk. And this time, we even took our friends with us. Sadly, there was no nearby walk for us to join in Auckland so we all decided to go the “nearest” one in Whangarei and it took us almost two hours to get there.
Special thanks goes to Melody, who patiently drove us and even baked some yummy banana choco muffins with almonds for us. Thanks for being so ever calm and composed throughout the ride. Thanks as well to Xai for graciously allowing us to use her car as our official transport for the day.
We arrived at a quarter past five, just in time for the assembly. After some quick group shots, everyone went on their way to walk and shoot on the path to the giant fish hooks.
The time has come again to join one of the largest photo events in the world — the Scott Kelby’s Annual Worldwide Photowalk, now on its 8th year.
Last year, my wife and I were unable to join so this year we’ve really planned to go, and invited some friends to go with us.
This will just be our second time to join, having joined the 4th one way back in 2011 at Intramuros, Manila.
For more info, please check out: http://kel.by/wwpw2015
So fellow walkers, see you on the 3rd of October!