Natures Bubbles - Macrophotography with @juliank
Sea life bubbles popping in rock pool, blowing slowly surfacing in a rippling effect.
Low tide offers time to explore rock pools, witnessing crabs, anemones, urchins, mermaids purse (shark eggs), crabs, starfish and lots of different types of seaweed. Seeing life in the pools, no need to snorkel, with no wind present a great opportunity for photography.
Keep watching the tide, the sea covers these rocks completely during high tide, don't be caught off-guard. Wear sand shoes (takkies) for grip, saving you from slipping or shells on the rocks cutting into your feet.
Please be kind enough not to hurt anything if possible, we humans have a tendency to want to touch UN-wittingly doing damage to fragile sea life.
|Settings||f/4 1/640 sec ISO-125|
|Camera||Canon PowerShot SC730 HS|
|Location||Mission Rocks KwaZulu-Natal|
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