I figuratively sat on this photo for over three months because I didn't know what to do with it. It was taken from the 3rd level of the new NMIT Visual Arts building on Nile Street, (Second Floor in NZ Speak.) The tall portion has classrooms, staff offices and gallery space, and the low portion (under the roof at the bottom of the picture) has workshops. If you know Nelson, you might get a sense of how big the view is, because we are seeing all the way to the water, and a little bit of the hills beyond in the left, but as a photograph, it looks my camera shot this with eyes narrowed from the glare.
On the left, also, you see some lights sticking out like enoki mushrooms - that's the refurbished Trafalgar Park where three matches will be played during Rugby World Cup later in the year.