To kick off the new year our assignment is UNDER CONSTRUCTION. The first thing that comes to mind might be building sites of construction companies, or construction projects that we are involved in.
However, the possibilities are limitless. Maybe you would like to feature the construction of your new year's resolutions.
I am on holiday and my mind is also on holiday, so I take the easy one, the actual construction or reconstruction of our biggest rugby and cricket venue.
Home to rugby and cricket. Eden Park was named the finals venue for the Rugby World Cup 2011 and the co-host for Cricket World Cup 2015.
Today, Eden Park seats 48,000 spectators. The Park will be redeveloped to a 60,000 seat capacity in time for Rugby World Cup 2011.
This is the second time I got near to Eden Park. The first was when the South African Spring Bok's tour in 1981. We were living in Kingsland and were walking near the Kingsland Train Station. The then Prime Minister Robert Muldoon, whose public position was that politics should not interfere with sport.
There we saw the protestors holding banners chanting, one, two, three, four, we don't want your racist tour. The late David Lange, the then opposition leader was among the protestors. I wanted to join them and be part of History, but the water engineer stopped me. Things could get nasty as the supporters of the tour were also there. Some were shouting," Commie, go home."
I took my photographs at the exit 29.