Kerrie Ann Gardner | Painting
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Branksome Chine sunrise.


It was a very cold November morning, but there was an intense band of colour forming on the horizon as I stood shivering on Branksome Chine beach in Poole. As I watched, the colour continued to grow, until the whole sky burned with intensity. I left the shutter open for a few seconds, allowing the camera to capture the motion of the waves, and in doing so I was presented with this image. It was more like a painting than a photograph, and to my delight, hardly needed any editing at all.



November 3, 2016