We are back with part 2 of the October files and beginning beside the harbour, I don’t know about you but we’re quite partial around here to the rugged fishing boats moored up at the wharf and imagine they each have their sea stories to tell.
Todays collection will include some landscapes, St Clair, the Harbour and Tomahawk Beach. We hope you’ll enjoy having a scroll and seeing what Nick’s been photographing.
C a l e n d a r c o v e r
We quite liked this image for its lines, layers, colour & content and as you can see we selected it for our 2019 Calendar cover.
T o m a h a w k b e a c h
This beautiful photograph above resonated with a couple of our lovely followers in October who have fond memories of Tomahawk and the surrounding area and ordered prints.
We were excited to see this one in print and it didn’t disappoint, there is nothing better than a capture that holds meaning or significance for someone else and we love the times when viewers share those stories.
A l i l s u n s e t
There are a lot of sunrise photographs around here and after a long day of work Nicks not always up for post dinner photo adventures however one Tuesday evening he ventured out and came up with some gold courtesy of the golden hour.
It seems to be feast or famine with photography, some days it’s a lot of work for one passable photo and other days (courtesy of nature in that moment) it’s harvest time for the photographer.
T h e o c e a n
“The sea is emotion incarnate, it loves, hates, weeps. It defies all attempts to capture it with words and rejects all shackles.
No matter what you say about it, there is always that which you can’t.” (Christopher Paolini)
T h e l a d y i n t h e h a t
Our obsession with St Clair continues, this photo is a personal favourite for the simplicity of hues, the wispy haze floating in the sky and the people and dogs out enjoying the moment or like Nick (and the lady in the hat) trying to capture it. We quite like the black and white version too.
L a n d s c a p e s
This post began with a boat so it seems fitting that it end with a favourite photo of Nicks from an October trip down by the harbour, a blue tugboat. Stay tuned for the final October photo files which will be all about buildings.
Thanks for the read.