Tag Archives: Driftwood
Weeks of rain, wind and fog may not be good for the garden, but for the photographer it spells opportunity. Sony A-900 – Sigma 17-24mm 2.8 – 17mm – ISO 200 – f6.7 – 1/1,500
There’s nothing like the freedom of walking a deserted beach, especially after a storm. You never know what you’ll find, especially if you can get out there before the “professional scavengers” get there on their ATVs. Half the fun is … Continue reading
Today was my wife’s birthday. We went for a long drive up the coast and back. I allowed her to choose today’s picture and she chose this image of a stump, buried in the sand at Meteghan Centre beach, in … Continue reading
In this still, sun-lit pond a birch sapling floats, crowned by a slowly melting sheet of ice. Sony A-900 – Tamron 70-200mm – f 2.8 – 70mm – ISO 200 – f4.5 – 1/500.
One thing that differentiates a professional from an amateur photographer is what the great landscape photographer Ansel Adams called “visualisation.” Usually pros know exactly what shot they want, how they want it to look and how to get it. Just … Continue reading
Over decades the old piers at Salmon River have deteriorated, pounded by wind and surf. What remains is a sculptural paradise for the photographer. Sony A-900 – Sigma 24-70mm – f 2.8 – 50mm – ISO 200 – f16 – … Continue reading
The tide had been falling here at Salmon River beach for about three hours when I arrived. This had lowered the sea level to a point where the wave peaks were above, but the troughs were below that of the … Continue reading