Not the most cheerful of occupations – even less so on a wet Saturday. But to the photographer there are always compensations – assuming of course that he has no hang-ups about cameras and sunshine being inseparable. Wellington’s hospital is recently constructed in a modern idiom – Don’t ask me which one. Rain fits in well with the style. The interiors however are something different. The entrance archways and steps of the previous building, portrayed here, were protected and removed to a site at the rear. Good that they were preserved but a pity not incorporated in the new frontage. If rain is heavy enough it will always give the photographer a challenge – and a reward.