Thanks Bart..your very kind. It’s been fun during this isolation to revisit images and play with the B&W conversion. In this image a squall formed late afternoon late afternoon and was able to capture a number of images before it came onshore.Getting up early definitely seems to offer really special scenes.
Anyway, you're turning them all into b&w masterpieces, John!
Thanks Dossy, was pretty impressive as the squall came in late afternoon with some sweet light. Shooting from our balcony also gave a great view of the storm as it moved in.Stunning b&w, John; and a bit menacing!
Thanks Bill. The square platforms are just floating sunning rafts with built in sun chaises whose back tilt up to form a lounge chair. The circular objects are styrofoam floats/rafts with mesh nets in the interior, just crawl in and lie back catching rays while the water keeps you cool. Both the platforms and the circular rafts are in about waist to chest deep waters. Just behind (dark area extending from rafts to the left) is an artificial reef, created by placing concrete barrels with holes in the top and side to attract fish and vegetation. Below is a little closer view in colorLove the moody clouds and sky, I recognize the boat in the middle, but what are those platforms with the ladders and those circular objects, dive platforms?
Thanks Ron, fun watching the storms roll in from the balcony.Nearly missed this one. Love it!
Thank you Nick.Nicely converted and composed.
... fun watching the storms roll in from the balcony...