Showing you, some underWATER pictures with the new camera.
Willow-roots under water
The roots of Willow keep on growing holding onto some drifting sand, creating a light drip. The trick was not seeing at all, looking from above and hoping for the best.
clinging onto wood
They say underWATER life clings onto wood much better than onto stones, it seems that way. Nice to see how the sediment is captured by plants and sticks, creating a new environment.
The light is different underwater, this picture was made while a small wave did capture the camera, just under. You see the movement of tiny prisma’s embracing light beams.
When you hold the lens just above waterlevel you get a water horizon, with a perfect reflection of perspective.
When you click just on the moment the camera comes out of the water, you make a drip.
Here under the smoke of Rotterdam is a small paradise, where i like to hide in silence and forget the world. Here right here were the photo’s made.
more will follow, lots to learn, a new camera, a new menu, a new search, for how to do it.