Henderson Sunset

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I had to go to Henderson this evening on the off chance of getting a commercial shot off..but that was not to be.

These little purple plants took my eye whilst out in the screaming sea breeze at the end of the breakwater and what is totally amazing about these plants is how they survive out there in possibly some of the harshest conditions a plant would ever have to endure.

From now on they will get little or no fresh water from rain…they will be bombarded with salt spray and sun.

My post for the day…not as epic as some of Rodney’s stuff of late from Kiwi land but a bit of colour non the less!

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6 Responses to Henderson Sunset

  1. Andrew Brown says:

    Great clouds Mark and the colour of the pigface are striking as well.

    • True North Mark says:

      Thanks Andrew…yep I rated the pgface as well and thanks for reminding me what it was called!

  2. dave bettini says:

    Great vertical Mark and interesting perspective. Oh and great sky….. but I guess that goes without saying for your shots!
    Cheers
    Dave