Sorry it’s been a while! I’ve been quite busy, and will be for the next month. And I’ve not had any chances to get out shooting for quite some time either.
It’s been killing me lately as there has been some awesome light finally!! So here’s back to another couple of shots from late last year, still a few more to come from this trip as well when I get some time.
As the afternoon light quickly disappeared I shot a few more compositions from the lovely little cove. We basically had it to ourselves the entire time. Apart from the whales breaching a few hundred meters out. How can you top that!?
Alysia entertained herself watching the whales, and I clambered up the hill a bit to try and use this tree in a shot. It’s wicked branches provided some nice interest, and also helped control the exposure by holding out the harsher light in the top right. I really like the Gnarly fingers of the limbs reaching into the heart of the cove. I would have liked to include the entire shoreline on the left, but there was a stinking great big mess of seaweed all along it! You can’t have it all i spose 😛
The second shot here is a bit different. There was some nice red Lichen on these rocks I quite liked the look of. So using them in the foreground I warmed it up with the white balance, and combined with the long exposure came up with an unusual effect. I reckon it looks like Mars anyway 🙂
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