in Travel Love It Thursday's Reflections – Mangere Bridge Evening time by Pamela Moresby May 15, 2019, 9:56 pm 93 Views 16 Votes 27 Comments I took this some time ago but the scenery made lasting impressions When I was a child, we often came in this area to catch flounder. It speaks for itself Read LaterAdd to FavouritesAdd to CollectionReport What do you think? 16 points Upvote Downvote Browse and manage your votes from your Member Profile Page Auckland New ZealandMangere BridgeThursdays Reflections Written by Pamela Moresby 27 Comments Leave a Reply A lovely capture, the colors remind me of the ones from my latest photos, love them… 🙂 Log in to Reply It looks like a port, dear Pamela … a beautiful reflection of light on the water 1 Log in to Reply Thanks Lado, glad you like it Log in to Reply Yes, ships come here Lado, and they come through the Manukau heads. It is not the easiest places to come through in a ship Log in to Reply trying to remember if I’ve ever had flounder… 1 Log in to Reply Yes, as a child we had to come here and wade out in the mud dragging flounder nets. It was food for ourselves and gifts for our relatives. We did not just come here but many places Log in to Reply Enchanting composition from horizontal and vertical in beautiful photos. 1 Log in to Reply Thanks so much Albert glad you like it 1 Log in to Reply Romantic twilight & the reflections on the water…create very special mood!!! 1 Log in to Reply Yes, you are certainly right Anastasia. Thanks 1 Log in to Reply Love the colors here. Great shot. 1 Log in to Reply Glad you like the colours Kim, thanks so much 1 Log in to Reply I like the reflections of the lights in the water. 1 Log in to Reply Thanks Elenka, I like the lights on the water too. Log in to Reply I love the lights on water! So beautiful! 1 Log in to Reply Thanks so much Doc, I like the lights too 1 Log in to Reply do you happen to remember what the factory is on the right side? 1 Log in to Reply That factory was for Holsens cement. Now not operational. The council want to turn that wharf into shops and may be ferries for the future, but it may take 10 years to get results. 1 Log in to Reply That sounds like my world! old abandoned factories and what do we do with them. Thanks, Pam, the information is very cool!!!!! beautiful capture of evening reflection 1 Log in to Reply Thanks so much Witty Feeds, glad it works Log in to Reply A good picture of the reflections. 1 Log in to Reply Thanks Dawn glad you like it Log in to Reply Thanks Carol and also thanks Vidocka for your kind comments. It is a lovely place Log in to Reply This is a wonderful place to relax, so I understand that you often visit this place. 1 Log in to Reply Well, not able to now in the evening because my husband has a tight timetable now but it was lovely Log in to Reply A lovely evening and reflections shared. 1 Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.