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alma beach

the tel aviv skyline from the jaffa side of alma beach in south tel aviv-yafo. this would be our last day in israel and this indeed is the last image from this series of photographs documenting our trip there in october of 2017. wonderful memories will remain of this incredible place!

these photographs can be found in the following gallery: cityscapes

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crashing wave 1, 2 & 3

we had one last day in israel and chose to return to the old port city of jaffa to spend it there. my wife and i just fell in love with this part of the tel aviv-yafo metropolis. taking a break from walking the streets of the old port, we returned to the car at the parking lot. there was a certain something with the light at this time of day and the mediterranean sea seemed a bit more agitated than normal. i set my gear up on the port wall and observed wave after wave crashing.

these photographs can be found in the following gallery: waterscapes

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northern coastline

the available light at sundown once again provides for a longer exposure of the coastline as seen from rosh hanikra. as one heads south along the number 4 road, there are two small cities, nahariya and acre (akko), as well as a couple of villages before reaching haifa, israel’s third largest city after jerusalem and tel aviv. the extension of city lights that you see jutting to the right towards the centre of the frame are indeed those of the haifa metropolitan area.

this photograph can be found in the following gallery: skyscapes 2

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the fishermen

the attraction at rosh hanikra visited and photographed, we took the cable car back up to where we came from. the beauty of this place never ends. the views to the west for a sunset or indeed south towards metropolitan haifa are gorgeous! with the sun below the horizon already, here is a shot of a small segment of the coastline directly to the south of rosh hanikra. the available light allows for a long exposure to highlight the seafoam cause by breaking waves from the mediterranean sea. the two fellows don’t seem to be bothered one bit…

this photograph can be found in the following gallery: waterscapes

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the cliff

this is the white chalk cliff that houses the grottoes or sea caves at rosh hanikra in the western galillee where the mediterranean sea meets the israeli coast at the lebanese border. if one follows the normal flow of pedestrian traffic through the tunnels, this views is towards the end of the attraction. thankfully, there was some nice light towards the end of day as the sun was beginning to settle into the horizon.

this photograph can be found in the following gallery: waterscapes

 

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north end lookout

North End Lookout

a crashing wave photographed from the north end lookout at bixby bridge along the cabrillo highway (highway 1).

this photograph can be found in the following gallery: landscapes

 

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a fond farewell

A Fond Farewell

a fond farewell indeed… on the last few days of my trinidad adventure, i headed up to blanchisseuse, a small village on the north coast of trinidad. i had meant to (finally) photograph the old spring bridge at the end of the paved north coast road. alas, when i got there, there were construction crews and heavy equipment about – so much for capturing a piece of history!

i made my way back towards home stopping here and there… fittingly there was some inclement weather about as i set up to photograph this scene from a covered concrete deck on the beach. farewell to thee trinidad and to all my trini friends… you will me missed.

this photograph can be found in the following gallery: waterscapes

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catch a wave 1, 2 & 3

Catch A Wave 1

Catch A Wave 2

Catch A Wave 3

little englishman’s bay again – on a different day. this time, however, there was some very decent wave action. as you can imagine, i took shot after shot here in the hopes of getting some good ‘crashes’. these are the three that made the cut 😉

this photograph can be found in the following gallery: waterscapes

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late afternoon at roadside

Late Afternoon At Roadside

heading west on the northside road of tobago, you eventually come upon the village of castara, followed by one of tobago’s finest beaches: englishman’s bay. just before reaching that beach, however, this scene greets you. though it is an unmarked cove, i believe locals refer to it as little englishman’s bay. now, through my two visits to tobago, i have photographed this scene multiple times, with little to show for it. on this day, however, i captured something i was satisfied with. again, because of the time of day, it afforded me a longer shutter time…

this photograph can be found in the following gallery: waterscapes

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ocean rocks

Ocean Rocks

the ocean’s waves never stop, but they do have different levels of intensity as they do their thing… with the tide coming in stronger and stronger, i took frame after frame of this scene and did not know what i had until i reviewed them all in the digital darkroom. as with my previous image, above the crowd, this was photographed in the late afternoon as dusk was approaching, allowing for slower shutter speeds to accentuate the water movement and rolling waves around the stationary rocks.

this photograph can be found in the following gallery: waterscapes

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