We were on the hunt for graffiti to take photographs in front of (and I’m still hunting, weeks later. The Auckland council has really cracked down!). And while we didn’t find any – the spot Kiana knew about had been painted over – we did notice a great construction site instead:
Duelling cranes, anyone?
They’d closed the street to vehicles, but not to pedestrians, so we had a good wander around the site. And there was an excellent nook practically beneath where one of the cranes was getting busy.
Normally it’s the entrance to an underground car-park. The park itself was closed, and to the right of it was blocked off to anyone but construction workers, but that nook? Entirely safe for pedestrians – and just out of view of the crane driver (didn’t want to cause an accident, now …)
You know what comes next!
Colour me quite pleased by this shot. So pleased that I took my time, took my top off, and we got an even better one:
Hylas had fun taking voyeuristic photos through the pillars, I think. Works for me
Next week – do you want to see the office, escalator, elevator, petrol station, or fast food flash? Let me know your preference in the comments!