My photography is gradually moving to a more abstract feel at the moment. Here is a long exposure taken on a wintery beach in Southern England. I was aiming to capture the bleak, rather empty nature of the beach. By chance really the approaching wave slid around the rock but the foam didn't join on the other side before it retreated. Because it didn't join it looks a little like a shadow cast by a light source but it isn't - however I did want to kind of use that as a bit of a main focus point. I have also only sharpened the stone to a heavy extent to provide a point of detail and possibly to bring people in closer to study it.
I have enhanced and slightly colourized (with white balance) the background foam as it slides over the sand.
Anyway, let me know what you think - I am primarily creating work such as this to be printed medium size (A2/A3 size).
My first post in this forum as I think its time I started to get some feedback as to what is potentially interesting or a dead-end
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