Saturday, 2 May 2020

Week 17: Dark and Moody

A different point of view.

And not my more usual slant in photography
but enjoyable none-the-less.

Foggy mornings always create atmosphere.

Thunderstorms, especially when I've been fortunate to be on the beach 
after a yacht's been washed ashore overnight.

Night time lights in a cloud-filled sky.
and this week's moody early morning sunrise.
So much fun trying to create a dark and moody image in camera.
I used the camera's historgram to photograph the mushrooms.

It was an interesting experiment and the histogram changed 
depending on which direction I was shooting in.

Finding the BEAUTIFUL in the ordinary. 


  1. Goodness, where did you find the leopard seal pictured below? quite Loch Ness monster looking! Love your dramatic images above and sorry to read news of the loss of your lab.

    1. The Leopard Seal is Ohwa who's a frequent visitor to Westhaven Marina in central Auckland. She creates quite a bit of havoc there, but it was wonderful to see her and to get the photos of her.
      Glad you enjoyed the images and thanks for reading about Chocolat. I miss her dreadfully.



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