i think i can by Mieke Boynton

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Crawley Edge Boatshed on Matilda Bay (Swan River), Perth, Western Australia.
From a recent shoot with Lori (thanks, Lori!!). We got a bit wet, but it was worth it!

Nikon D800 (Zeiss 21mm)
ISO 100 • f/8 • 0.6sec • 21mm • -2ev
ND400 used


crawley edge, boatshed, shed, perth, swan river, western australia, water, river, mieke boynton, stormy, clouds, sky, landscape, dawn, sunrise, matilda bay, australia, black, white, black and white, monochrome

I’m just an Aussie girl who’s a bit mad about photography :)

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  • Kerrod Sulter
    Kerrod Sulterover 1 year ago

    Love the tones and b&w in this one Mieke…

  • Thank you!! :)

    – Mieke Boynton

  • Ian Berry
    Ian Berryover 1 year ago

    Like the range of tones here Mieke, from the white Door nicely reflected in the Wharf Planks to the dark Rain Clouds above.

  • Thanks, Ian… B&W does make dodging and burning and adding contrast a wee little bit easier than in colour!! :) :) :)

    – Mieke Boynton

  • Chris Brunton
    Chris Bruntonover 1 year ago

    It looks kind of stormy weather and often you can get great images then. Great image, looks great in b&w.

  • Damian Morphou
    Damian Morphouover 1 year ago

    awesome capture

  • bluetaipan
    bluetaipanover 1 year ago

    sweet shot

  • Chris Armytage™
    Chris Armytage™over 1 year ago


  • Matt Penfold
    Matt Penfoldover 1 year ago

    I think you did :)

  • Josie Jackson
    Josie Jacksonover 1 year ago

    I know you can……….. Beautiful Mieke, I love the reflections and that awesome sky, such a beautiful image :o)x

  • Mark Ingram
    Mark Ingramover 1 year ago

    Lovely images Mieke.
    The shed has heaps of character and contrasts with the moody weather.
    It sort of sits out there in the elements, alone. I am trying to iinterpret the meaning of the title, hope I am on the right track.

  • John  De Bord Photography
    John De Bord ...over 1 year ago

    I absolutely love the drama in this image

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