There is something timeless and soothing about the sea isn’t there? This week I wanted to share some ocean snaps.
You may or may not have know but Wednesday 8th June was World Ocean Day so with that in mind I hope you enjoy this seaside themed post.
It’s hard to believe that this picturesque photo of the sea lapping against the sand was taken in the UK, but it was (in fact it’s a beach in Cornwall). The Cornish light is something I truly love when it comes to creating art or taking photographs!
There are some wicked rock pools on this beach – occasionally you even see fish in them! But they are often much deeper than they look.
There was such a nice contrast in textures between the waves and the colonised rocks was awesome the seaweed was so thick and the Barnacles were taking over the rocks almost like how you find lichen on old trees.
I love the natural tones of this shoot, the colours seemed naturally muted as it was ever so slightly overcast, but I think the effect is quite romantic. I haven’t used any post processing on these photos the natural light was enough.
Thanks for reading out this post, did you have a favourite picture?
Do you think I should leave posting for Fridays or maybe try midweek? Let me know what you think, I’d love some feedback!
And as ever I wish you a happy and prosperous weekend!