Morning In Naoshima

Settings: ISO 100. ShutterSpeed 1/160th of a second. Aperture 28mm. Focal Length: f/1.7⁣

About four years ago, I visited Japan with my friends Naveen and Matt. One of the side trips was to the art island of Naoshima. And while those two were fast asleep, I woke up very early and went for a walk with a camera in my hand. I loved watching the morning light bathe the bay, with a fisherman in the distance doing his thing. It was one of the more enjoyable mornings and is still seared into my memory. And so I share this very minimal and near-monochromatic version of what my mind remembers from that day. Settings:

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