Olympus OM-D E-M5 - Panasonic Vario 14-45mm @ 30mm (60mm eq.) w/polarizer 1/125" f7.1 ISO 200
At first sight these images could seem irrelevant in this blog, and perhaps they are.
Or they are not, considering my liking for the abstract side of photography. My wife Daniela and I were sailing around Sainte-Marguerite Island near Cannes last summer, and during a stop I couldn't help noticing the distorting effect of water on the seaweeds beneath, which reminded me the magic of Jackson Pollock's paintings. As usual when shooting in bright sunny days I got a polarizer filter mounted on my lens: this helped the graphic value of the scene popping out in all its nuances and details.