Old orchard beach
Photographed is the bridge (or a pier) at Old Orchard beach, Maine. Thanks to Moe's explorative photography around Maine, I got the idea to shoot this beach since I had planned on a trip to north east this past weekend. I have never seen a beach where the shore is this big EVER in my life. The shore is so wide that one can walk for a good 10 minutes before one can reach the waters. But whats strange is that water occasionally comes till the very point where the sand starts. And this pier that extends into the beach gives one literally a million ideas from a photographic perspective. The reflection from the water only adds to the beauty of the scene.
This photograph was shot a little after sunset using a Canon 7D and a Sigma 10-20mm lens and mildly processed as a HDR.