365 Project: Day 128

Day 128

Day 128. Let’s keep going with the seascapes, just for another couple of days… but this time, let’s find some colour in the water, not just the sky, and let’s find another jetty, and this one will stretch right out into the water, reaching out from the land, and this one will even have ghosts, if you just look carefully enough…

365 Project: Day 128

365 Project: Day 126

Day 126

Day 126. Does anyone remember that strange and wonderful television show from the 90s, Twin Peaks? There was a song in it, called Questions in a World of Blue. The song was okay, but the title has always stuck with me. Not sure why.  Anyway, when I took this photo, I thought of that song. I’ll leave you now, then, with a verse from it:

Questions in a world of blue

When did the day
with all its light
turn into night?

365 Project: Day 126

365 Project: Day 124

Day 124

Day 124. Now here’s a shot that I’ve been meaning to take for quite some time now… not sure about the processing but sometimes that’s not a bad thing… might mean I’m trying something new. Just to keep you guessing, I’ve added absolutely no grain or noise to this shot, and it was taken at ISO200… so the grainy noisy look comes from the source material, and not the file… quite happy with a couple of others from this same series… maybe more in the days ahead…

365 Project: Day 124

365 Project: Day 121

Day 121

Day 121. Things are looking up! (Sorry, couldn’t help myself!) Seem to have a bit of a fascination with windows and sky at the moment… you’ll see what I mean over the next couple of days I think… By the way, I stopped adding in the info about camera model and lens, etc, but that info is still there in the tags for each post. Or, feel free to ask, if there’s anything you are interested to know about the shots.

365 Project: Day 121

365 Project: Day 120

Day 120

Day 120. Another water scene, but this time from the other side! I must admit that I’m really almost completely unsure about this shot… what is it a photo of? Not sure… Where is the focus? Don’t know… But still, there’s something that draws me to it, and makes me feel like it is worth the hour or so spent cloning out various bits of rubbish and detritus from the surface of the water. It seems to have a sense of movement and flow to me… but only if you take the time to look for it.  At a glance, from a distance, it just looks messy… or perhaps it’s just me? What are your thoughts – interesting shot, or just plain ugly?

365 Project: Day 120