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Tranquility at East Head

Tranquility at East Head

Tranquility at East Head

There are many subjects which I enjoy photographing but seascapes are a particular favourite of mine. There is something about a deserted beach at low tide when the wet sand reflects the clouds in the sky above. There is a sense of calm and tranquility in this image, even though this might quickly change, as circling rain clouds threaten to alter the scene.

Whilst black and white is my preferred style, I am beginning to find that the introduction of subtle colours adds another dimension to an image and this is certainly true of this shot. The almost painterly quality in the sky is lost without the combination of the blue and grey hues. A hint of ochre in the sand is also important to the overall feel and mood. This colour palette is I think rather pleasing and I hope you agree.

East Head is owned by The National Trust, so for more information about this rather beautiful location on the South Coast do click here.

Here are two more posts which also feature East Head –

Low tide at East Head

Gathering storm at East Head

 

 

 

10 Responses to “Tranquility at East Head”

  1. LensScaper

    This looks like a very photogenic place having looked through your other images and checked the NT site. Another place to add to the list of places to visit.

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  2. max

    Great shot Alan. I have a shot taken here about 8 or 9 years back of both of my kids and sons girlfriend, all standing / balancing on the posts in great light. Its still a personal favourite.

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