The image of Sugarloaf Rocks in the storm I posted a few days ago did not convey the feeling of being there very well – I think this was because the sun was shining through a gap in the clouds and everything looked pretty nice. It was actually blowing a gale, there were big seas and it was threatening to rain. So I reworked the image in black and white and I think this better conveys the sense and power of the storm.
I liked the black and white version of one of those Yallingup surf images, so I thought I would put it up for comparison.
This was taken the same day as the Hayshed Hill fog image I posted earlier. This is not a B/W conversion – this is as it came out of the camera.