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Taken from the southern corner of Newcastle beach looking towards the canoe pool.
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
An other shot of this wonderful beach. I am not fully happy with the sharpness of this picture.
Yellowcraig Beach - East Lothian - Edinburgh - Scotland.
Focal Length: 17 mm
ISO Speed: 200
B+W ND110 Filter
Sanur (Indonesian:Pantai Sanur, pronounced sah-noor) is a coastal stretch of beach of Denpasar city of southeast Bali, about 30 minutes drive from Ngurah Rai International Airport, which has grown into a little town in its own right.
The northern part of Sanur beach was used as the landing site for the Dutch invasion troops during the Dutch intervention in Bali (1906). During World War II, Sanur was again the entry point through which the Japanese forces landed to occupy the island of Bali.
Today Sanur contains a number of resorts such as the Medina and Bali Hyatt (not to be confused with the Grand Hyatt in Nusa Dua) and is a popular tourist destination.
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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.
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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.
Queens Beach on Vatersay, part of the Isle of Barra now that it's linked by a causeway. A roll of white cloud extends across the bay in front of the beach.
I was lucky enough to get this shot while the tide had gone out behind me. Leaving the ripple effect in the sand.
Cabrillo Beach - San Pedro, CA
I have some of the greatest memories from Cabrillo Beach growing up in San Pedro. It was a local beach we could ride our bikes to. I never realized these rocks even existed until I became passionate about photography. We would take school field trips there, and make huge sand castles close to the Cabrillo Marina Aquarium. The simple things that brought joy to me as a child, still do to this day. The beach wasn't exactly the most beautiful beach, but as a adult I see it as a diamond in the rough. A hidden gem, if you will. I have been away from it for almost a year, but still hold it close to my heart as one of the most memorable, and amazing locations that I love to photograph.
Camera: Nikon D700
Lens: Nikkor 17-35mm f/2.8D ED-IF Autofocus
Focal Length:17 mm
Nice Remote Beach with Dunes.
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Los Pocillos Beach, Puerto del Carmen, Lanzarote, Spain
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The fabulous Injidup Beach in Margaret River Wine Region. One early morning - just me and a fisherman.
Lee 4 stop ND on Canon 5dmkIII with 16-35mm f/2.8 L II
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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.
Named "Picture of the Month" by The Best of Beautiful Earth group, July 2012.
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
Another 4am wake-up and then a 30minute drive from home to this arrive at this beach this morning.
My hopes were for some sunrise colour to accompany the low tide and rocky platform here; but these hopes were trashed as there was a thick low level blanket of moist-laden fog everywhere!!
At least I still had some moss covered rocks, waves and the beach pretty much to myself (you might notice a couple of figures towards the other end of the rockshelf).
It's still great to be out in the fresh air, (wiping the spray and moisture off the filters :-) ) listening to the waves break onto the beach and rocks, and cool air temperature (before an expected high of 39C!!).
Hope you like the views - thanks again for any comments, views or favorites for this or any of my other images - much appreciated!!
This is Small Banana Beach, a popular nude beach on the Greek island of Skiathos. This beautiful and secluded beach is located right next to the neighboring Big Banana Beach. The two beaches are seperated by a small rocky outcrop.
Naturism is still really popular in Greece and most of Europe, so beaches like this are common. Only a few beaches are designated "nude" beaches, but topless is legal everywhere. That's why there were a few topless women on the neighboring Big Banana Beach, and the nearby Koukounaries Beach.
I was actualy looking at pictures of this beach, and everyone had clothes on, so i wasn't expecting to see any nudists, but almost everyone on the beach was naked. Mostly older people, but a few young people as well. But most of the young people were on the neighboring Big Beach.
I felt a little awkward with clothes on, so I stripped down as well and went skinny dipping.
It was very hard to find an empty spot. There were people everywhere!
These two beaches are twins to Big and Little Makena Beach on Maui.