This macro abstraction was made on an afternoon poodlewalk with Maleko along the rocks west of Dep's Beach:
This was made a week or so before the January heatwave in South Australia when it was possible to walk amongst he coastal rocks in the late afternoon sun.
This abstraction was made on a recent poodlewalk between the king tides in mid-winter:
I was attracted by the subtle tonality of the granite rocks. I had to to lay on my stomach on the wet ground to get the shape I wanted.
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.
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 afternoon poodlewalk with Kayla and Maleko
This abstraction was made on a recent poodlewalk along the coast of the southern Fleurieu Peninsula, just west of Dep's Beach
I was scoping for a film shoot. This one is accessible at low tide and I am able to use a tripod.