This abstract was made at Kings Head, Waitpinga whilst on an afternoon poodlewalk.
It is basically a scoping study for a b+w film shoot.
Another recent attempt at a sea abstract:
I am finding making these kind of sea abstractions a bit hit and miss as the sea is constantly changing its shape. The waves move very quickly as well.
Made on an early morning poodlewalk with Kayla
These rocks are just around the corner from Petrel Cove.
Made from the bark of eucalyptus trees in the reserve across the road from the studio:
It is in a similar location to this previous bark abstraction image.
This picture was made whilst I was on a recent poodlewalk with Maleko along the coast rocks near Kings Beach Rd. It was towards the end of the walk and I was in a hurry.
It was in the late afternoon. The weather was changing. A sou-westerly wind had up, the clouds became darker, the light lessened, and I could sense rain. So we quickly made our way back to the Subaru Forester, that was parked at the bottom of Kings Beach Rd.
This abstraction of the bark of a eucalyptus tree was made whilst we were on the way to the beach at Encounter Bay in Victor Harbor:
The bark is in the reserve opposite Encounter Studio. We have planted most of the trees in the reserve over the years.
This picture was made whilst on an early morning poodlewalk with Kayla:
It is amongst series of rocks that mark the end of Dep's Beach.
Made on an early morning poodlewalk with Kayla:
It was low tide so access to these distorted granite rock forms was possible.
More experimentation re sea abstractions:
Made on an afternoon poodlewalk with Maleko.