I Can Dream a Dream (Explored)

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Went to Bexhill yesterday for a little walk along the beach and try and get some long exposure shots.
was very unhappy with the long exposures so gave up and got out my nifty fifty to take some pictures of my daughter enjoying the freezing cold sea.
Apart from my sigma 10-20 my 50mm f/1.8 is my other fav lens, it's just an amazing piece of kit with superb clarity and wonderful bokeh.
Anyway I took loads of shots which I'm really pleased with so if things don't go your way change lens, change tactics, change your approach and walk away with some keepers.

50mm
ISO 200
f/5.6
1/500

Thankyou everyone for all your comments,favs and views.

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  1. Bugalugsrox 45 months ago | reply

    That's adorable.................. my daughter is my favourite subject.

  2. LeahAnn_ 45 months ago | reply

    amazing shot, i love it!

  3. Expressions by Christine 45 months ago | reply

    Perfect...so much joy it brings a happy tear to my eye. :o)

  4. Subrat Pattnaik 45 months ago | reply

    Congrats on explore !!

  5. Edith Hoffman 45 months ago | reply

    Lovely scene, view and light!

  6. alina.♥ 45 months ago | reply

    Great scene :)

  7. YourCCDA 45 months ago | reply

    Very nice !
    congratulation


  8. Richard Lee Turner 45 months ago | reply

    Fantastic image, great shot

  9. Sonja* 45 months ago | reply

    Beautiful scene.....

  10. greensnapper2015 45 months ago | reply

    Love the brilliance of the light and spontaneous happiness in the pose.

  11. Linda Rowlinson 44 months ago | reply

    A delightful photo, conveying a feeling of energy and happiness.
    Gorgeous light too!
    An excellent bit of advice thrown in as well! ;-)

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