On Saturday 10th February, 2007 I went on a trip to Wrights Watergardens with members of the Mid-North, Whangarei and Dargaville Camera Clubs.
We left early in the morning for a foggy bus trip down to Auckland but as the morning progressed the fog cleared and the sun came out.
I spent about 4 hours wandering around the 7 acres of gardens, mostly set in an old rock quarry at Pukekohe, south of Auckland.
During the course of the day I took 172 photographs but I’m not putting them all on-line. Today I have added 22 photos to the gallery under Wrights Watergardens and I’ll add more soon.
Oh, and these were all taken with my Nikon D50 camera. I have just realised that I have not made a post about getting a new camera last year – well I did, went and upgraded from my Panasonic DMC-FZ20 camera to an SLR camera.