Lady Chameleon

A day on the beach over the weekend was fun, coming to the end of the day, the light and warmth was just right to do this. I was looking at the water coming out of the pebbles and forming a stream.. it seemed like a strange phenomena.

Most of you know me by now and will understand when say that I am more interested in the art of photography than just publishing nude pics on this blog, so if you have an opinion whether you think it works or not, let me hear it!!

We just sat there and watched the Sun go down, the colours were fantastic. Lots of beautiful photos taken on the day, too many to publish here. If anyone is interested in seeing more, I’ll load them on flickr.

Please remember all pics are digitally tagged.

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8 Responses to Lady Chameleon

  1. Matt says:

    A day at the beach is always a great experience!

  2. Rei says:

    Beautiful pictures! Makes me wish I was there watching the sunset with you. Photographs can never capture the true beauty nature puts before our eyes.

  3. Ben says:

    The light makes this photo interesting, shame about the big shadow on the left though. If you have more please publish ad would be good to see them.

  4. Frank says:

    Yes, please publish more photos. I love the colors in the first and last one, I’m sure you have others equally as amazing.

  5. Adam says:

    I think the shadow adds to it, Ben. It makes you study the photograph more, trying to figure out where it’s being cast from.

    As per – excellent photo’s Kiran!

  6. Beautiful photos. It’s so nice to enjoy the spleandours of nature naturally 🙂

  7. A Lee says:

    Its a great set of photos. the beach looks fantastic 🙂

  8. Michael says:

    the top one works for me as an arty photograph – the smooth skin jumping out from the graded varieties of coarse texture offered by the beach is what I find most interesting about it. would be good to see some more on flickr.

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