To establish my connection of home in Wellington, I’ve captured busy sects of the tense and fast-paced Wellington evening, gradually shifting to tranquil and scenic early morning vistas by the water-front. I’ve approached this utilising Long-Exposure techniques; expressing motion, fluidity and continuity. Documenting hues reminiscent of Kerikeri, visually anchoring the viewer with unifying and contrasting colours. Optimally capturing breath-taking spectacles buried beneath the grey by photographing in Landscape. The Waterfront serves as a serene unified environment for bird-life, plant-life and humans alike, as did te awa o Kerikeri. Within Wellington, the Water-front is my place of earthly connection; My Turangawaewae.