Hello all. In my last entry I made a promise to resume making regular updates to my blog. Doing so also means getting out and exploring my beautiful country to capture those images from my unique perspective.

Recently I was invited by some friends who were visiting the island and staying along the south coast. For the past few months the south coast has been the preferred area that I have been exploring, so I quickly jumped at the chance of doing even more, not to mention the added bonus of sharing with fellow photogs I haven’t seen in a while.

After catching up a bit over some lunch by the sea, I scouted a few spots with the ladies as my guide and found a few with potential for future visits, however it was this location which captured my attention and imagination.

To me, the twisted branches of this tree reminds me of serpents returning to the sea, hence the name I have given it, ‘Serpentine’. I am looking forward to seeing it in print (more on this in a future blog) and also heading back to this area for those other sites that caught my eye.

Captured at 17mm @ f16 with a Nikon D800E. RAW file processed in Lightroom 4.3.

Thanks for taking the time to visit.

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  1. Posted April 12, 2013 at 8:12 pm by Marc Evans | Permalink

    Thanks Kelly. I certainly will.

  2. Posted April 10, 2013 at 5:05 pm by kelly steinman | Permalink

    sooooooooooo beautiful and what a brilliant analogy.
    come on down anytime, you always have a place to stay. :)

  3. Posted April 4, 2013 at 10:31 pm by Marc Evans | Permalink

    Thanks for the kind words, Kimm.
    Yes, seeing these images in print is so much better. I will let you know.

  4. Posted April 4, 2013 at 8:06 pm by Kimm Daley | Permalink

    Gosh… beautiful beyond words….I saw the serpent in the image, but didn’t know what serpentine meant, so I had to google…LOL! I would love to see this in print too, let me know when i can view, would love the first print to purchase…

  5. Posted April 1, 2013 at 6:32 pm by Simone Foote | Permalink

    This is absolutely beautiful. I love it!

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