Mercury bay , Coromandel
I was planning some long exposure twilight shots as there was no breeze that day that kept the New Zealand flax in the foreground completely still and sharp in the frame. The idea was to smoothe out the water to get some lovely soft tonal gradation in the bay to let the rocks stand out. I didn't see at the time (as it was quite gloomy), that the left hand rock was a face with an eye and nose emerging from the water. The other rock also had a sort of characature face so it was like they were conversing. The blue hour tones have worked well in this case and it ended up being one of my favourite shots from the Coromandel.