Water & Rocks
The last shot I took in my Marseille outing. It was in a part of Marseille called Les Goudes that honestly doesn’t feel like it’s in the city anymore (but it is). It was very peaceful there, and beautiful too. I really like these little pockets of sea water that get trapped in the rocks, and this is what I tried to capture here, and exercice in comparative textures.
Fuji xpro-2, 27mm, f/16, 12s, ISO 200
I know this doesn’t look exactly like the best holiday weather (and it wasn’t), but you make the most of what you have, and I definitely like this haunting long exposure of the fractured rocks by the Cook Straight in Wellington.
Fuji x-Pro2, 38mm, f/16, 10s, ISO 200
I arrived in Wellington in late December (so early Summer) to abysmal weather (although the locals told me it wasn’t all that bad…) Still, the coast south of city was such a perfect spot for long exposure that I decided to brave the rain. This is the result, which I think made it worth it!
The good side of jetlag is it makes it easy to get up before dawn and be rewarded by landscapes such as this one…
Port Mélite is a natural harbor on the coast of the small Island of Groix in Brittany. When I was there on vacation I headed out there every evening for sundown, and this is one of the most interesting shots I managed to get.