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- Simple Rock
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- Eclipse 2017
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- East Coast Breakaway
- Perseids On The Pond
- When It's On
- Pebbles Beach
- Sky Painting
- We R 1
- Days of Innocence
- Little Bay - Triptych 1
- Little Bay - Triptych 2
- Little Bay - Triptych 3
- Before The Storm
- Beach Chill
- Stream to The Sea
- Shore Racer - Lakes Beach
- The Longest 10 seconds
- Blue House By The Sea
- A Perfect Hideaway
- The Sunrise Whisperer
- The Deep End
- Carlisle Bay
- Together By The Beach
- When The Colours Gone
- Sunset On The Boardwalk - Bridgetown, Barbados
- Beach Scene - Hastings Beach, Barbados
- Catching The Glow
- Jetty Infinity
- Aqua Lines
- Treasure Island
- Hobby Class - Batts Rock, Batbados
- Life Guard Tower - Batts Rock, Barbados
- Sun Sliding - Batts Rock, Barbados
- Bathsheba Rockin – Bathsheba, Barbados
- Bay at the End – Bathsheba, Barbados
- Sun Catcher - Codrington College, Barbados
- Lilly Pad Trail – Codrington College, Barbados
- Lighthouse Glow - Ragged Point, Barbados
- Watching For Wave – Chalky Mount, Barbados
- Shine Down
- Overflow- North Point, Barbados
- Beach Pool – Surfers Bay, Barbados
- Chalky Mount Reflections – Lakes Beach, Barbados
- The Source - St. Andrew, Barbados
- Duckling Revealed
- Shooting a Stitched Panorama Cityscape
- My Top 20ish Photographs for 2016
- Faking a Long Exposure Photograph
- "Edge of Bim" Book update
- Meikon Bites The Dust
- My Top 20ish Photographs for 2015
- Shooting Waves with the Sony A6000 and Meikon Water Housing
- Beauty in Sargassum
- Total Blue Horizon
- Channel at Batts
- The Gears of Imagination
- Sargasso Sunrise
- The Wild, Wild, West Out East
- Flamingo and The Falling Man
- Phoenix and The Shark
- Hillaby by Bus
- After The Storm
- The Great Wall of Port Ferdinand
- Return to Green
- My Top 20ish Photographs of 2014
- Cherry Tree Hill
- 3 Views of a Lighthouse
- The Arcanum comes to Lakes Beach
- Long Pond
- Sam Lord's Castle and the Lens of Zoom Pt.2
- Sam Lord's Castle and the Lens of Zoom
- Giant Stepping Stones
- Ef greedy wait hot wud cool
Bay at the End – Bathsheba, Barbados
Saturday 8th of April 2017
This is a small bay at the north end of Bathsheba.
There’s something really magical about this spot.
I’m not sure if it’s the sound of the waves, or the sound that the pebbles make as they rub against each after being tossed by the water.
Maybe it’s the light falling on the rocks in the background or the way the waves dance across the reef.
I’ve been to this site a couple times before.
Even though I’ve taken a few decent shots from here I never felt that I was able to capture the feeling I get when I'm there.
This week’s outing is the closest I’ve come.
Here’s a brief break down of what works for me in this image.
Most of these fall under the umbrella of the “Elements of Design”
There is a leading diagonal line going from the right bottom of the image across to the left and curving back out to sea. This helps to add a 3 dimensional quality to the image.
It’s a little hard to see in this low rez image but there are some nice textures in the rocks and pebbles in the foreground.
The shapes of the rocks in the fore/mid and background provide interesting elements for my eye as it moves around the image.
The light falling on the rocks helps to give them more depth. You can really notice this with the large ones on the right and in the water.
The overall colour scheme of this image is blue and orange. This is a complimentary colour pair that works well with most sunset images.
Our minds like to look for order among the randomness around us. The patterns that the pebbles and rocks make against the beach add an interesting element.
Use the elements of design to create more engaging compositions.
I only covered a few of them here so you might want to check out a few of the others online.
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