Yellow Lichen Denmark
Yellow Lichen Denmark Ocean Beach Western Australia reveals my fascination lichen. Like a leopard’s skin, they pattern the landscape with
Lichens are common along the south coast and with patches of orange and yellow clinging to the granite. Lichens are often one of the lesser details you see and register in a landscape. Yet these patches of
The Nulaki Peninsula near Denmark Western Australia provides a dramatic backdrop to coastal views around Ocean Beach and Wilson Head.
On this day the sky was quite leaden with an approaching cold front heading towards the coast from the Southern Ocean. Overcast skies provide an opportunity for colour transparency film to record saturated colours. This is in part due to the general low constrast of a scene under overcast conditions. In bright sunlight these colours on the rocks become less saturated and therefore less dominant.
Observing or anticipating a change in the quality of light which enhances a detail or element is often what landscape photography is about.
Zone VI Modified Wista Field Camera, Rodenstock Grandagon 90mm lens, Velvia 50 ISO 4×5 sheet film
Yellow Lichen Denmark Australia 16x20in is printed on photographic paper. It comes as the photographic print only. It will be carefully packaged in a postal tube, insured and posted worldwide for $300.