This picture was made early one morning on a poodlewalk with Kayla:
The contrast between the dark granite and the orange seaweed along the southern Fleurieu peninsula coast is often quite striking:
This is a similar study to this one. It is a still life.
I am fascinated by the colour that I often find in the Littoral Zone:
It is here today and gone tomorrow. I only chance upon it.
That is when the light is soft and gentle. However, it quickly becomes harsh and very contrasty. Then I am forced to photograph in the open shade, if I want to continue to work on the Littoral Zone project.
Another picture of the coastal textures along the coast fo the southern Fleurieu Peninsula:
Made whilst on an early morning poodlewalk with Kayla. The tide was very low that morning so I was able to access the part of the coastal rocks. This section is normally underwater.
Made whilst walking an injured Kayla along the beach at Encounter Bay:
It was an overcast morning.