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Explored Highest position: 225 on Friday, June 8, 2012

Taken from the southern corner of Newcastle beach looking towards the canoe pool.

Taken at Natadola Beach in Fiji. What a beautiful place.

Te Henga (Bethells Beach) is a coastal community located in the north of the North Island, New Zealand. The Māori name Te Henga, meaning sand, originally applied to a wide area of the lower Waitakere River valley, but in 1976 the New Zealand Geographic Board changed the name of the beach from Bethells Beach to Te Henga (Bethells Beach). Over 20000 views

Yellowcraig Beach - East Lothian - Edinburgh - Scotland.

 

View Large and on Black.

Taken with my smartphone samsung s4

Exposure: 10

Aperture: f/8.0

Focal Length: 17 mm

ISO Speed: 200

B+W ND110 Filter

Hitech: GND 1.2 Hard

is along sandy beach which is very shallow close to the fishing port of Kokkinos Pirgos.

It is preferred by the locals, very few tourists around. The part of the beach to the east is more secluded than the part close to the port.

 

Corona Del Mar, CA

This is the first time I've been up to Nelson Bay, having covered most of the shots I had in mind for Newcastle and Central Coast. I think Zenith Beach is a great beach to photograph with the rocks on one side, and the distinctive headland at the other end.

It was great watching the waves roll in and wash over this rock in the foreground, the sun shining against the rocks on the left, and into the headland as well. I think this works well in term so foreground and the surf leading up to the headland, creating depth.

Maroubra Beach Sydney,NSW

ISO 100

29mm

f/22

1/2 sec

Hi-Tech 3 stop GND

 

This was taken at Cabarita in northern NSW on a meet up with Steve, Chris, Soren, Murray and Kush and a few of his mates, Sudhir and Steve I believe. The conditions were great down there, light winds, clean waves and a sprinkling of low clouds. I decided to take a shell with me for something a bit different and am quite happy with how this came out.

I have been enjoying getting out on these meets with great people who share a common interest. Thanks Steve for organising this meet and Soren and Chris for refreshments.

Oh and thanks Captain Larry for the shell :)

This views a lot better on Black

Sunrise ~ Deerfield Beach, Florida U.S.A.

 

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1st Place Competition Winner ~ Super Shots Group ~ April 2012

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Group Cover Photo - Quarta Sunset Group - 8/14/18

Jamaica

 

Named "Picture of the Month" by The Best of Beautiful Earth group, July 2012.

Hitech: GND 1.2 Hard

Pauanaui, New Zealand

Dog Beach Huntington Beach California

 

Camera = Nikon D7000

Lens = Tokina 11-16mm

 

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Lovely Sunrise this morning down at Lepe Beach. The structures in the sea are referred to as Lepe Dolphins. They are the leftovers from the launch jetty's that were used for the D day invasion, Thank you for any favs and comments.

Hitech: ND 1.2 + GND 1.2 Hard

Beach more... Worry less...!!

Gianiskari beach(original colors)

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Have a great weekend ahead!!:smile: :v:

Location: Scarborough beach near Misty Cliffs.

 

Description: Here is another Vertorama from Tuesday's photo-shoot with Andre.

 

So here’s a (not so) hypothetical question for you...

 

You’re out on a shoot with a friend, walking along the beach and snapping away at whatever takes your fancy... when you suddenly notice that your shooting-partner has discovered what appears to be the ideal spot for the perfect composition. When you amble over to where he is busy setting up his tripod, you realise that he is standing... exactly where you want to be!

 

Would you...

 

A) Set up your tripod right next to his, and shoot the same composition as best you can.

B) Wait till he has taken his shots, and then grab the spot as soon as he moves away.

C) Walk in front of his lens, throw stones, and do anything possible to chase him away.

D) Return to the exact same location another day, when your friend isn’t around.

E) None of the above... try to find the next-best composition.

 

Well, although I would have loved to have composed this pebble-beach scene from the exact spot that Andre had chosen (he had some very cool, sunlit rocks in the foreground)... and although I did contemplate all the other available options... I decided to settle for the last one!! :)

 

What would you have done?

 

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Click here to check out my Vertorama tutorial.

 

Equipment: Nikon D300 (Sigma 10-20mm)

 

Date: December 2008

 

Beautiful sunset ath the beach on a cold day in februar

The amazing Cofete, Fuerteventura. One of the most beautiful beach you can appreciate in the Canary islands

Path to the Light over sandy reef beach

Take last weeks at Zalaq Beach, Bahrain

Lone Surfer amidst nature.

 

Mona Vale Beach, Northern Beaches, Sydney (Saturday 24 May 2008 @ 7:02am).

 

ISO100 | f/8 | 1/60sec | 29mm | eval.metering | AWB | raw | ND4 grad filter | tripod | remote shutter release

 

O'Sullivans Beach, South Australia

Los Pocillos Beach, Puerto del Carmen, Lanzarote, Spain

 

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