As a diversion from the regular work routine, and to try something new, I’ve been taking photographs of the beaches and sea around us. The convenient thing about seascape photography is that say, unlike wildlife or macro photography, the sea is always there. And it never flies or runs away before you have the chance to get a shot.
This seascape photo has been converted into a split-tone image. The shot is taken at Waiake beach, on the Hauraki Gulf. The conspicuous Tor (from which Torbay derives its name), is to the upper right of the shot.