Talisker Bay

I made this image in mid-afternoon under an overcast sky, when the tide had receded to leave a huge beach of patterned sand. I like the way the clouds seem to echo the sand patterns and initally made an an almost abstract composition of only those two elements. I then found that with my 16mm lens at its widest setting I could just include the headlands at each side of the bay, which I think provide a sense of perspective and hold the composition together at its edges. I converted the image to monochrome to emphasise the patterns and texture of the beach and clouds.

F/18, 1/40th second, ISO 100
Accepted: Midland (2017), South Devon (2017), Olympic (Greece) (2017) - Aphrodite and Hermes

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Talisker Bay

I made this image in mid-afternoon under an overcast sky, when the tide had receded to leave a huge beach of patterned sand. I like the way the clouds seem to echo the sand patterns and initally made an an almost abstract composition of only those two elements. I then found that with my 16mm lens at its widest setting I could just include the headlands at each side of the bay, which I think provide a sense of perspective and hold the composition together at its edges. I converted the image to monochrome to emphasise the patterns and texture of the beach and clouds.

F/18, 1/40th second, ISO 100
Accepted: Midland (2017), South Devon (2017), Olympic (Greece) (2017) - Aphrodite and Hermes

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Item added to cart