At low tide some of the plants from the magical world of the seabed begin to break through the surface and often form interesting patterns that are constantly changing with the movement of the waves.
Filed under Abstract photos, Art, Colour, Nature, Pattern, photography, Sea, Texture, Uncategorized
Tagged as floating seaweed, low tide, natural patterns, seaweed
You have done great photos from the sea. Of these two I like the first the most, but they are all interesting.
Many thanks Bente.
Compositions of joyous mystery of wonder and contrast. Bravo!
Thanks Elena. The credit should be given to Nature!!
Stunning once again – you do great work with this subject!
Thanks Lynn. It’s an absorbing subject to stay with!
An interesting collection – both here and your previous post. Were these all taken through the water? If so, you’ve done a great job of minimising reflections and capturing the wonderful colours. As you say, nature is a beautiful thing!
In the previous post at least 95% of the plants were below the surface. In this post I would 60% above and 40% below. Because the pictures were taken at low tide the water was quite shallow – no more than 3 feet.
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