I have only ever once been to the Scilly Isles, and was entranced by the limpidity of the water compared to the sediment-laden sea at home. This is a view of the sea in the harbour at St Agnes on a breezy day – unusually, mid-day light worked with rather than against me, because it […]
Posts tagged ‘reflections’
Naturally-occurring bubbles in a rock pool – although it looks as if I added some bubble bath, it is organic compounds from decaying seaweed that produce the froth. (The same that make the foam on beer!) Sometimes, a photo causes a small ripple of excitement when one sees it full-sized on the computer monitor. In this case, I was […]
Boats and their reflections are a very hackneyed subject for the seaside photographer, but this example, riding high on a full tide in the harbour at Lyme, was irresistible.
Taken just a few minutes after, and about 100m from, Surf’s up, this shows the other face of the sea: calm water in the harbour at Lyme Regis at high tide, with reflections of the old lifeboat house in the sunshine. I found the clarity of the reflections and the loop-like scribbles quite hypnotic.