Over a year ago I stated a blog series I am telling the stories of 100 of my favorite images, how I came to be there, what it was like and why I still enjoy the image. As often happens, life took over and before too long even a short blog post every few days became a chore so this fell by the wayside. With some spare time to review my portfolio I have discovered that these are the very best of my images and what I need to focus on. For image 31 of the series I'm looking at an image that shows how dynamic the waterline can be.
1 January 2013. Boat Harbour, NSW. Australia
The tide dominates Tanilba Bay, at high tide the water laps up against the roads and paths on the shore and at low tide it is quite a hike to the waterline! When the tide is out the sand is littered with the discarded shells of the creatures that bury themselves in the sand, creating patterns of holes, mounds and shells in the sand. At the right time the water begins to lap up against them and reflects the light of the sunset.
Creating fine prints is my favorite part of photography, sharing the ultimate expression of an image with someone who will cherish it for years to come brings me great satisfaction. If you would like to purchase a print please contact me, prints from this series start at just $100.