Day 17. Tasmania.
Warmth. Sun. Beach. Who would have thought it in Tasmania?
Day 112. I call this one ‘schism’. While riding my scooter one day, I came across this beach, where someone(?) has placed a whole lot of driftwood upright in the sand. Now, some of these pieces are really large – easily 3 metres tall when they are sticking up… who did it? And why? And how can I thank them for providing such great photographic inspiration? I think I need to go back though… this doesn’t quite evoke the right feeling for me… there’s more of the story of this site to be told. I just hope it will last long enough for someone (maybe me?) to tell it…
[OM-D, Panasonic 14mm f/2.5.]
Day 61. This from the beach in Burnie; you’ve seen this beach before on a number of occasions, assuming of course that you’ve visited here more than once. If not, welcome! Hope you come back some time…
[This was from the OM-D and the 45mm f/1.8. As you may well know, I like this combo for the long exposure waterscapes… just like this one. Perhaps this is uneventful? Perhaps the composition is messy? I’m not sure… I just like the green. So there. 🙂 ]
Day 23. One more blue one for you Sharon. 🙂
[This is taken at the beach in Burnie… just at the end of the main street! Same combination as yesterday’s shot – OM-D and the 45mm f/1.8. Might have to do some more experimenting with those two…]