One Last Time for 2012.
A long exposure photo taken, for a change, in the morning. Friends who know me well know that I usually prefer sleeping to sunrise photo safaris—but this time, knowing that I can catch-up on sleep later, I decided to wake up early and take photos.
That line of rocks on the horizon appeared only after Typhoon Pablo. The locals here in the province are mystified about its presence and how it came seemingly out of nowhere. Surely the waves are not enough to move, much less pile, hundreds of rocks on such straight, wide, and long line. It’s something I need to check out.
In making the shot, I decided to anchor it using that slab-like piece of rock as the foreground element. During post processing, I converted the RAW file to black and white, keeping in mind the fine-art aesthetics of a famous landscape photographer. Color me inspired! :)
30 seconds | 16mm | f/13 | Hot Coffee and Pan de Sal
Hey baby, time to add final details to you! Starting another piece I want to call “Fawn” this afternoon and #Sydneysiders keep the 11th of September free! (at Pyrmont)