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For Leanne Cole’s MM2 this week I present another image from last Saturday’s photography adventure at Martin’s Beach with one of my favorite Meet-Up groups which I talked about and shared the sunset image here.
I mentioned that we had changing weather; going from very thick clouds, and no sun, to the sun breaking out, and then the fog rolled in. I made this image as the fog was beginning to recede.
The seascape here with the rocky shore, and surf is beautiful, and haunting at the same time.
Can you imagine a Galleon Pirate Ship sailing past this rocky shore hoping to evade detection and the rocks? 🙂
Nikon Df| Nikkor 24-70mm| B+W 6 Stop Neutral Density Filter| Delkin Digital Film| Tripod| PS CC 2015, LR CC, Silver Efex Pro
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More to come…
21 thoughts on “Monochrome Madness 2 50/52”
just stunningly beautiful! Full of the mystery of the ocean and shore!
Thank you so much Cybele! xx
Beautiful monochrome, Deborah! I love your composition here. And I can ‘see’ the pirate ship in the background, wouldn’t that be awesome! 🙂
Thank you so much Donna! Seeing a tall ship there with fog would be pretty neat! Better if I had my camera. 🙂
Love the mood in this black-and white! Has the feeling of a far, far land…
Thank you so much Jesh! It does doesn’t it.
Hey, I think I was there getting water in my shoes like you 🙂 That driftwood log looks awfully familiar but it fits in this comp. The stones in the sand look like footprints from someone walking in the wet sand. Excellent B&W shot!
Thank you so much Gordon! I think you got a better shot with the driftwood log though.
There’s small comfort knowing I wasn’t the only one with wet feet, shoes, and socks. 🙂 I am plotting a time when I go back to this beach. Maybe on a negative tide. 🙂
Great image. I can almost catch sight of the Ship’s sails…
🙂 Thank you so much!
I’m not sure why, but this reminds me of the (internal) ocean scene in the original movie “Journey to the Centre of the Earth” – It has an other-world appearance. Very nice Deborah (in case it wasn’t clear that I do like it 🙂
I had to wait until I had a chance to view that ocean scene in the movie since it’s been ages since I last watched it. Those pointy, jagged rocks and the mood perhaps why it reminds you of that scene?
Thank you so much for the comment, and support I appreciate it very much!
You’re most welcome Deborah. I enjoy your photos and the descriptions.
P.S. I sure am glad no hungry Dimetrodons came out of the sands and cliffs! 🙂
That would have been a bad day 🙂
Wow I love the ocean and this shot is so beautiful and haunting as you mentioned!
Thank you so much Lynn for the lovely comment!
Beautiful shot! Looks like something out of a fairy tale 🙂
Thank you so much N! It is surreal when the fog is in.