Cuba St Palmerston North in the afternoon sunshine
|Heading up Turitea Road towards the ominous looking clouds|
I've come to Wellington for the Wearable Art Awards and had a few hours to wander the streets this arvo. Weather forecast was pretty bad but the sun was even shining when I arrived. So far the gales and rain have held off but I got some 'grey' photos. Quite a contrast from my recent weekend visit here when the weather was just brilliant.
The hotel is very close to the waterfront and the Arena where WOW will be held, so I headed straight down there, and was greeted by this pair of aliens. (Wellington is always full of surprises.)
...More sculpture I hadn't seen before...
I saw the police launch come in and tie up at the wharf.
It's interesting how in the dull light you notice things you don't see in the sunshine. There were a whole lot of plaques I had never read before.
People were out walking by the harbour even in the grey, some making joyful music.
And this friend stands waiting patiently in all weathers.
Back in town I saw this statue to Katherine Mansfield.