Lacking movement does nothing to dampen the simple pleasure of watching others dance with the sea. A balance of power and fragility.
Sweet shots there Charlene!
When was this?
Thanks Mark. I probably did these last Friday or the one before. Went down to Trigg and sat in the sun for a couple of hours with a long lens and an extender :)
So poetic with your words and your images, Charlene…I like these…a lot.
Thank you Sabrina :)
I tell myself I can tell it’s the Indian Ocean and South West Australia combination. The colours of the sand and sea and light and sky. I probably can’t but I tell myself I can.
I often think, if one threw in the 2 things that can’t be captured in a photo – sound and smell, in combination – that you could actually peg it.
We need a holodeck to test this theory!
Too nice! I want that first shot poster sized in my kitchen!
That can be arranged Niki ;)
Stunning colors..and such wonderful action shots. That water is simply beautiful!
Thanks Marcie. The water is certainly beautiful here, all year round. You wouldn’t think this was winter would you?
I really, really like the 1st and last images. The bookend this so well.
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