My favourite type of photography is seascapes - none more so than anonymous photographs - photos that could have been taken anywhere - meaning all pre-concieved feelings and ideas are absent.
This photograph was made during a beautifuly subtle dawn well before the sun rising. In unusualy mild conditions I spent a bit of time picking my way along the rugged and craggy coastline until I came across this tiny inlet which was charged with water with every big wave. I framed the shot to try and create flow through the photograph - I deliberately left the rocks on the right hand side of the frame to further help guide the eye.
|Recording media:||RAW (digital)|
|Title:||(Ebb) & Flow|
|Uploaded:||18 Jan 2011 - 6:24 AM|
|Tags:||Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Balnagask, Britain, Coast, Cove, Dawn, General, Grayhope bay, Landscape / travel, Long exposure, Night / low light, North sea, Rocks, Scotland, Sea, Seascape, Sunrise, Torry, Uk, Water|
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