Yesterday’s post Kunghit Dawn generated a comment from Ken (Oneowner) about the colour of the seaweed in the foreground distracting from the reflection of dawn-lit trees. I had to agree, and had not really noticed because I took that picture while also taking a series of the Fucus seaweed (bladderwrack) lit by the early morning sun. That prompted today’s post which shows some of those images taken for their yellow lit seaweed foregrounds, or for strips of yellow seaweed in the middle distance. Some of these look interesting in b&w too, so I might get around to posting other versions at some point.
These pictures are all taken on the south side of Kilgii Gwaay from either end of the archaeological site. The boat was anchored and tied off to shore on those days we used it to get to the site – the last several days we walked as keeping an eye on the boat as the tide fell, and rose again, was distracting. If the boat is in the picture, then in the background is Rose Harbour.
To my Canadian readers - Happy Canada Day!
This link catalogues my posts about volunteering on the Kilgii Gwaay archaeological site project.
Canon 5Dii, Nikkor-N (pre-ai) 24mm/f2.8 lens (one shot is with Canon 50mm/f1.4 and ISO640), ISO800, various speeds up to 1/8000th, aperture unknown (EXIF data does not record with adapter of manual lens, so ignore what it says in the gallery).