Our air mattress had deflated in the night, leaving us to awake in the early hours, demoted to the floor.
We had to return the mattress & grab a new one. Again.
This had happened a few times in the preceding months & it hadn’t gotten any less annoying.
So I knew I’d be waiting in the cold & glary Knox City shopping centre car park for a little while, as my partner went through the returns process inside.
Normally this would be my version of purgatory, so to ease the pain I brought my Olympus E-M1 & a long lens.
As always, click on the images for a closer look.
There are often crows around Knox City. Even in deep winter.
The light wasn’t great, but I took a few shots anyway.
Despite the lack of useful lighting, there were patches of blue sky for a little while.
This gave the bird’s feathers a slight blue reflective quality.
No matter where I am, it always feels more interesting when I’ve got a camera on me.