Meghadva / Sanskrit word meaning “sky bearing clouds”.
This image was taken in Mauritius during the autumn of 2022. It is early sunset on a temperate evening and this creates the grey, pink and coral hues in the sky. The ocean absorbes these colours, further creating a pastel hue on the water, until it gets darker and darker but for the moment the sky and the ocean are in alliance in displaying the glorious scattering effect.
Volcanic rocks, a feature of the island, are clearly visible in the foreground.
Eloise is an expressionist seascape photographer and digital artist. Her art is about 3 things: connection (between the ocean, her inhabitants & humans), regeneration (of coral reefs) & colour (of the ocean, the sky and the clouds). Her niche is hdr imaging with a focus on “Scattering” (the incredible colours you see at sunrise and sunset).
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