Made on an early morning poodlewalk with Kayla:
Kayla found the dead bird lying on Dep's Beach. I bought its wing back to some granite rocks just west of Petrel Cove, which was still in shadow and set up an open air studio.
Made on an afternoon poodlewalk:
From an open air studio:
The seaweed pods were casually arranged on granite rocks whilst I was on an early morning poodle walk
One of the photographs that I made towards the end of 2015. I've been taking the photographs for the littoral zone but not uploading them.
This picture was made just after Xmas Day and before the summer holiday crowds on the coast put the beach and the coastal rocks off limits for our poodle walks.
At the time I was attracted by the early morning summer light just after sunrise.
I am taking lots more photos along the coastal shore now that we are living own the coast at Encounter Bay, Victor Harbor. These are made during the morning and evening poodle walks with a digital camera (a Sony NEX-7) and I use them as a form a kind of visual diary.
This salt encrusted rock is an example:
I upload them to Lightroom and then look at them on the computer screen to see what works. In the past I'd go back and reshoot with a film camera if the image worked. But I don't anymore. I am happy just sticking with digital.
Near Petrel Cove, Victor Harbor
Another rock pool study--the dark dusk theme.
We pass by this rock on our poodle walks to to Dog Beach and beyond.