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Next in the series. I took the original photo of bright orange cocoanut palms on the beach in Fiji in mid 2017. The afternoon sun brought a blaze of natural colour, stained ochre by salt and nature. In this rendition, the fronds glow blue in the starlight, and the ocean casts prism fluorescence.
Two experimental pieces tonight.
“Moon Corona” started with a captured image of the full moon setting behind the Earth taken from the International Space Station (credit: NASA). In this version it appears inverted, a coronial flare in pale bone and deep blue.
Between the Clouds is a playful blending of colours, set against stepped layers of cloud captured on my way to the station one morning. I particularly liked the black/white/blue blending, and the layers of autumnal oranges at the base.
Day two of my creative itch. I snapped the original photo of a sunset over Sandringham beach in Melbourne. Reimagined, the comet, plunging seaward with the setting sun, touches sky and water with silver fingers. Untouched, a single fisherman attends his rods. He is not alone; the universe stretches before him.
My creative side has been itching lately. “Moondream” is a composite of a digital photo I took of the full moon from Melbourne in 2008.
The ‘cracks’ could be a cataclysmic fissure, or the shadow of winter tree branches. The flowing colours represent continuity and life – a contrast to the monochrome of the night sky.
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