We had a range of sunsets and cloud build up during our time in Vanuatu, but one thing that remained a constant was that the build up around sunset had these large billowing white clouds building up out of nothing in the last hours leading up to Sunset.
This shot somewhat typifies what we were seeing over that time.
Here is another take on the lower part of the Port Villa cascades in Vanuatu.
Quite a pretty little scene.
This is the look down the cascades i posted the other day….at the right time of day of course! 🙂
One of the iconic sites to see in Vanuatu is their cascade waterfalls which flow through limestone rocks.
The limestone does an awesome job of filtering the water to the most gorgeous tones of blue.
These are the smaller falls to the right which are by far the centre piece of the entire cascade area.
So pretty in fact that I went back for the second time with my driver for an early morning shoot to do this mega stitch.
The file size is now 1.98 Gig, shot at 70mm with 4 layers of 6 images and the bottom images are focus stacked as well.
The detail in this image at full size is something else and what I have planned for it is to be put on a 2m glass print and set outside at the end of our lap pool, which is pretty close to the native size of this image!
I have a few more from this area that I will post during the week. I hope you like this one! 🙂
The above photo is a neat little composition I saw that worked out just as I had hoped it would.
Below is a link to a short video I put together about some dancing fish.
Cute little tackers and the music worked a treat!
You can view the video here
I never tire from shooting these little guys.
I went for a long snorkel yesterday just in the lagoon here and found heaps of these little Nemo colonies every where.
It wasn’t until I processed the first shot that I noticed the Cowry shell! Go figure!
I went for a dive today at a cool little spot called Hide Away Island!
The Dive Master’s name was Neidge, who had the afro going on very nicely.
But the coolest things that Neidge could do was to blow perfect bubbles!
We are currently in Vanuatu for a bit of chill time and managed to capture these today.
More exploring tomorrow so stay tuned for more from this tropical rock.