A photo of the day: Dusk in St Heliers, Auckland

Blue dusk in St Heliers © Content Catnip 2018 www.contentcatnip.com
Blue dusk in St Heliers © Content Catnip 2018 http://www.contentcatnip.com

We have lived in Auckland for the past four years and every other day, I walk the length of Tamaki drive, a long 8 km sea-skimming road that is bike and pedestrian friendly. Although the city itself can be a pretty bland and tiresome, the walk along Tamaki drive is always different depending on the season, weather and time of day. The mood is dictated by the interplay of sky, water and earth and going on that 12 km return loop always refreshes and revives my mind, body and soul.

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