Morning Ramble

This morning I ended up with time to kill in Porirua. I had to pick up a Trade-Me purchase before 8:30am but the shop I also wanted to visit didn’t open till 9:00am. So i decided to take the camera and see what I could capture. Unfortunately the light was not that great.

First stop was the boat sheds at the entrance of the inlet. People are not supposed to live in them but some look pretty set up with full plumbing and even vegetables growing.

The rails on the slip show the sign of age.
The rails on the slip show the sign of age.
Nautical enhancements
Nautical enhancements
Once a loved toy I suspect
Once a loved toy I suspect
A creative use of an old dingy as a vege garden
A creative use of an old dingy as a vege garden

I then made my way to the seaward side of State Highway one and down the marina and Ngatitoa park.

The old wall of an 1860's fort. Not sure about the multi colour wall behind.
The old wall of an 1860’s fort. Not sure about the multi colour wall behind.
Old Anchors make great sculptures
Old Anchors make great sculptures
A tribute to a grand tradition
A tribute to a grand tradition
I just loved this little boat and the refections.
I just loved this little boat and the refections.

 

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