Quicksilver Reflections

I am not a big fan of over processed images and generally favour subtle tones and detail. On this occasion thought the clouds were so intense and brooding that a dramatic representation was all I could think of. At the same time I have just started experimenting with Silver Efex Pro in the Google Nik […]

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Submerged Sunset

For those back on shore a brilliant yellow sun hovers precariously above a flat expansive western horizon. Like a dry swimmer testing the water it first dips a little into the water and then more and more as it’s seeming water confidence grows. Eventually it is gone beneath the distant waves. Here under the water […]

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Sunlight and the Starfish

I’ve tried to work out who this guy is. It could be Echinaster varicolor or perhaps Pseudonepanthia troughtoni or even Nectria ocellata. I will leave that one up to the experts and concentrate on the shadows, the sunlight and the starfish. Photo: Robert Rath, ‘Star in the Spotlight’ 1/200 f/22 ISO800 15mm

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Impact Zone

Saturday we took to the water again. Somewhere local this time, Port Noarlunga Reef. I’ve sung the praises of this dive site, so close to most Adelaide divers, on many occasions. Many people regard Port Noarlunga as a training location and as such we are very fortunate to have such a protected and accessible site. […]

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