I named this image ‘Fin’ because of its similar resemblance to a dorsal fin. In rougher sea’s the surface of the ocean moves a lot more then normal and creates amazing water sculptures.
This was taken on a winters evening, on a slow shutter. I called the piece fire because of the orange fiery texture.
This was an above/below shot of a kelp forest and the above sky, the focus was the thin layer of water just in front of the lens to give you a very shallow depth of field.
A glassy and windless day in the cold Atlantic ocean, and yes she was showing off in the summers afternoon.
This shot named “Green” was taken on the West Coast, its the inside of a small wave as it pierces the waters surface. If you look to the left hand side of the image you will see the iconic Table Mountain in the background.
A warm summers evening watching the ocean dancing and creating textures and shapes.
I named this image Iconic because of its power showing South Africa’s most iconic landmark. This shot was taken in the table bay area off of a sail boat called the Boaz.
This image was taken during a swim with my housing, it was a cold West Coast evening. I managed to sneak in one last shot before the sun went down.
The late evening light catching the glassy chandelier of the cold Atlantic.