While searching subjects for a monochrome treatment I came across this patch close to my home. It was a small patch of eight or nine inches in length and the 60mm macro lens was my choice as I didn't want anything else in my scene. It seemed like a river system draining itself into the sea. Against the light situation meant that I could concentrate on the highlights and give it a look like that of the black sad beach of Iceland when captured in similar circumstances.
Due to the pandemic, traveling long distances to capture landscapes has come to a standstill and I am content with finding subjects close to home. This was captured on the bank of the river Brahmaputra adjacent to the North-East Indian city of Guwahati.
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