“a grey mist on the sea’s face, and a grey dawn breaking”
from Sea Fever by John Masefield
I wouldn’t want you to get the impression that every “sunrise” at sea is like the one in yesterday’s post! This is in the Bay of Islands, New Zealand, also taken while sailing on ‘Lord Nelson’.
For someone who insists she is not an early bird, I have a remarkable number of photographs taken very early in the morning! I haven’t inflicted them all on you, but there are quite a few, from various travels. They are in no particular order other than alphabetical by place name.
This is my second post on the subject of Reflections, this time restricted to reflections in water. The first three are from Auckland, New Zealand, a place with a lot of water throwing back interesting images.
I played around with my images for the Weekly Photo Challenge: Abandoned. Some duotone here, some film grain there, and the finals look nothing like the original photos.
Here are the untouched originals, if you’d like to compare them with the finals.
(click any photo in the gallery to expand)
Bay of Islands
I recently spent eight days sailing along the north-east coast of New Zealand’s North Island. Some images from the stunning Bay of Islands area seem a fitting contribution to Travel Photos Monday.