Having always been fascinated with the many ways one can interpret water, I tend to record such images whenever I get the chance, whether it be still, gliding, cascading or in a state of eruption. On Saturday I visited Launceston’s Cataract Gorge to watch the biggest flood in 50 years hurtle past and into the Tamar River.
Today’s images are samples of the flood waters in a fairly confined area to illustrate the amazing differences that can be seen.
These images are not ‘straight’ photos and have been tweaked in Photoshop to show the degree of movement that was on show. ‘Playing’ with images like this helps me decide what to draw and how to draw it.