38 thoughts on “Half and Half: Reef and Sky

  1. Tish, what I like most about this photo is the way as I scroll down, it almost seems upside down, as the top cliff sticks out and it’s only as I get to the beach and water that I see the whole thing.


    1. It’s a rather strange photo in many ways, strange in a transformative sense. When I took it I was very captivated, but confused by the reflection, and it was hard to know which way was up. I was amazed later when I saw the print and couldn’t believe that my Olympus trip had captured it so beautifully.

      1. Better to be surprised that way than to look at a shot you thought was great and find out it wasn’t quite in focus or something like that. I’ve had the latter happen more than I’d like, but for the most part, I’m satisfied. And then every so often I find a gem. Makes it all worthwhile.

  2. I never have, Tish, and it’s absolutely staggering! I love it 🙂
    Is this a new page look for you or just different because I’m seeing it in the Reader (which I seldom do)? I like it if so. Very crisp and clean. 🙂

  3. Ignore the second half above! I’m in your site now (I had to come here to tweet this because it’s brilliant 🙂 ) WordPress have been updating when my back was turned. Catches me out every time 🙂

    1. I agree with the two concerning the WP update, the new changes are annoying, the new appearance in the reader is not an improvement. 😦

  4. I love seeing Africa through your camera lens. No wonder Europe went crazy colonizing it. It is beautiful.
    Thank you Tish for sharing such gorgeous pictures with us. 🙂

    1. Yes, indeed, Andy. The Brits did seem to assume that the Creator had reserved this land purely for them, which did not have good consequences, and still does not. Kenya is very beautiful in many different ways.

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