This image was taken about 15 minutes before the Turbulant image (posted 2 days ago). Fantastic colours developed as the sun went down. I cropped it in a ‘letterbox’ format to emphasise the layers of colour.
This was taken when it was almost dark so I used a longer exposure to get some light into the image….this has resulted in a softening of the turbulent waves and an almost monochrome feel to the image.
One of my secret passions is Fungi. When out and about I am always looking for these fascinating ‘plants’ in all their different shapes, colours and locations. I found this group in a wooded valley on Dartmoor and took the shot with fill flash to light the fungi but leave the background dark.
An interesting angle of some large trees has a monotone appearance against the bright, but overcast, sky.
On a day out to Dartmoor with a mate of mine for a days photography we started out at Haytor to catch the sunrise. It didn’t materialise due to clouds but we did get some wonderful light rays about an hour later. The technical term for these is Crepuscular Rays but more commonly known as “God’s Fingers”. Never caught them as good as this before…..unforgettable.
First light on Dartmoor. Shot taken from Haytor looking South.
The fisherman is sitting in (almost) darkness. Long exposure brought out some details and the last of the sunset.