Made on an early morning poodlewalk:
There are more from this session here.
This picture was made early one morning on a poodlewalk with Kayla:
I came across some foam lying amongst the granite rocks on the morning walk with Kayla a day or so after the sea mist had appeared:
It has been some time since there has been foam in the intertidal zone.
The foam had come in with the high tide early in that morning. There wasn't much. It was quite isolated, but it was still clean and fresh looking.
More early morning winter light. This was made in-between the winter storms.
It was made whilst on a poodlewalk with Kayla.
One morning on a poodlewalk with Kayla:
This was just after 7.30 am. and the rocks at the foot of the cliffs provided shelter from the cold northerly winds. I'm noticing that it is slowly becoming lighter earlier in the morning.
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.