It’s been a little while since my last post, I have been busy with some new images and work. On Tuesday this week we had a warm day in the low 30’s with strong nth winds that then swung to the w-sw with a change. These winds raised dust as a nthly then brought some rain…What was that wierd stuff falling from the sky ?  We scored 20mm ! Considering we were sitting on about 8mm for the year to date when the ave. for this time would be just over 100mm ! So I guess it was a bit of a novelty… 

 Anyway these atmospheric conditions alongside a bit of smoke still about made for some eeerie looking skies and light – even though there was no direct light by this time of the day. So I managed to get a few shots from the early evening.

eerie light

‘eerie light’ – Phillip Island,Vic.

~ by Tony Middleton on March 6, 2009.

3 Responses to “eeeerie…”

  1. Must have been wicked getting a bit of rain!

    I really like the shot as it has a great otherworldly quality to it. It’s strange as that light and those waves do make it seem a bit menacing and eerie!

  2. Hi Tony,

    I love the colours of the water and the water movement. It looks like the middle of the photo is of a different exposure to the other two sides of the photo though. Of course its late so it could just be my eyes. 😉

    Jamie Paterson

  3. *Flem – yeah it was pretty odd conditions and that wind swung from a 70km/h Nthly (offshore) to a 70km/h W’ly cross shore blowing up some white caps etc as well.

    *Jamie – cheers mate. They are all even/same exposures, the frame you are talking about has a rainshaft in it, so it has a bit darker appearance and hence that light reflects onto the water. So I’m not sure whether this means you needed your eyes tested or not 😛

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