I’ve made it no secret that I love the Denmark region of Western Australia. And even though I’m yet to visit the area in sunshine, i’ve still managed to get some quite nice photos. With the thick clouds and overcast conditions, some nice atmospheric scenes can be found. Especially just before sunrise or just after sunset.
This is one of those occasions, when I was staying at Ocean Beach caravan park late last year. I’d visited this beach earlier on that day, and was eyeing off a few compositions that would be nice when I returned for sunset. By the time i’d returned, the wind had picked up a bit and the clouds were quite thick. Unfortunately the first 3 compositions I was wanting to shoot had fisherman on them haha. So I had to re-think.
This is what I ended up with, and when it’s all said and done I’m glad the fisherman were where they were- because I would have been at the other end of the beach if they weren’t. So it worked in the end. The mossy rocks were obviously an eye catcher, and slowing the exposure down in the dying light caused the boiling of the water as the waves came through. Believe it or not I actually had to bring the green back in this image as it was far too strong originally.
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