As we were driving from Christchurch to Queenstown, I needed a short break and a coffee. Somewhere before Fairlie we came across a nice restaurant, with beautiful views. I pulled into the car park and was shocked. Mine, was the only modern car. The reminder of the car park was filled in with vintage Rolls Royce and Bentley automobiles. It was a feast for a motor enthusiast. Sadly, it also meant no coffee for us. The Rolls Royce and Bentley club of New Zealand had the place booked and we were advised we would need to wait 45minutes for coffee – way too long.

I really regretted that the cars were so tightly parked as it left no possibilities for photos with couple of exception. Here is the world famous Rolls Royce flying lady emblem with Mount Dobson in the bokeh.

Reflection of a parking lot


Here is a photographs I have captured at a shopping centre in Docklands. One of the passages opened up to a parking lot below and office buildings surrounding it. The parking lot with lots of colourful cars was reflected upon many tiles of a glass façade of one of the buildings creating an interesting view. I wish I had a bit more direct view, so the perspective would not be skewed but I liked this capture never the less.