It’s been a while since I posted a ‘model’ shot. This is Auckland, New Zealand.
Goonhilly Satellite Earth Station is a large telecommunications site located on Goonhilly Downs near Helston on the Lizard peninsula in Cornwall, England, UK. Owned by BT Group plc, it was at one time the largest satellite earth station in the world, with more than 25 communications dishes in use and over 60 in total. The site also links into undersea cable lines. (From Wikipedia)
This is the site’s first dish, built in 1962 to link with Telstar. It has been dubbed ‘Arthur’.
A storm, out to sea, heading towards the Cornish coast.
Wellington Harbour is an arm of Cook Strait, covering 70 km², with a two-km wide entrance at its southern end between Pencarrow Head and the Miramar Peninsula.
Continuing the New Zealand theme in preparation for the World Cup, here are a couple of mini Auckland shots taken from the Sky Tower.
The Moon. Cloudy. Far too cloudy for meteors
Leeds Castle, Kent. Kinda nice.
A gloomy field. I feel gloomy so that’s pretty apt. To be fair, more angry than gloomy.