Annette Hamilton's Image Field

Photographs from a never-still life

Hawkesbury River Now

Waterfront from house 1
One of my favourite pictures: the morning sun hits the mountains on the western side of the river while the full moon sets just above the horizon. I edited this image and used it as a banner for my writing page for a long time, but recently changed it to a coloured sunset view.
upstream monochrome
Monochrome images of the river highlight the powerful darks and lights, the reflections and the many grays. Photographed in black and white on a mirrorless SLR – Sony NEX-N5.
Coloured Sky 1
Amazing skies

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Hawkesbury River Noir1
Hawkesbury Sunset – photographed in black and white.
Hawkesbury Noir: southern sky
Hawkesbury Noir: southern sky

 

Hawkesbury Noir: bird and raindrops
Hawkesbury Noir: bird and raindrops
Hawkesbury Noir: near dark
Hawkesbury Noir: darkening evening

The Hawkesbury Noir images above were photographed in colour: the black and white is  how it really looked. Still thinking about how to paint or draw these images.

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