Gallery Stock - Sunset Harmony
After a busy day at my market stall, I'd just finished unloading the equipment from the car, when I could see that there was an enormous potential for a serious sunset. The day had been very humid and steamy, which is reasonably rare for Melbourne, and these conditions had continued into the evening. As it was late, I didnt have much time to find a location so headed to a local area I know very well. The colour in the sky was beginning to build when I arrived so it was race against time to finalise my composition. I'd photographed around these rocks before, but the combination of the low tide and still conditions exposed them in a way that was very much like the petals of a flower. Even though it was a rush, I managed to set up my gear and take this majestic shot before the best of the light disappeared.
Location - Jawbone Reserve, Williamstown, VIC.
This image received a Silver Award at the 2018 Tokyo International Foto Awards.
This image received a Bronze Award at the 2018 Prix de la Photographie, Paris.
This image was awarded an Honourable Mention in the 2018 International Photography Awards
This image was a nominee in the 12th International Color Awards
Limited Edition Print
Edition Size - 30
This fine art photography print is printed on high quality archival paper by a professional photography printing lab. Metallic paper provides exceptional sharpness, brightness, and colour saturation for a three dimensional effect. The deep clarity, vivid quality and black density creates striking visual appeal with a distinctive metallic eye-catching appearance.
The print will be signed, titled and numbered by Martin Bigmore, and will be accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity. (please note if you are ordering this as a Print Only, the certificate will be sent separately)
This image will be custom framed using a comprehensive variety of traditional timber frames, mats and glass. If you require non-reflective glass, please email me for a quote.
Every effort has been made to accurately attempt to represent the colours of the original images. However, due to the many differences in computer screens and certain other variations, the images here should only to be taken as a guide.