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Mix of morning light and lighting from the Boardwalk there in Ocean City, Maryland.
View From The Bluff
This is a Blend +2,0,-2. With a hint of magenta (masked to the sky only) to put a bit of life into the upper sky.
Side view of the ocean waves crashing ashore at York, Maine. The sun was fighting to break through the clouds, and for this capture was shining a little on the wet rocks.
Yes ... me and the tripod were getting very wet ... and yes I nearly broke my foot maneuvering there in those extremely slippery rocks. Considering this was on the first day of our summer trip to Maine, it would not have been good had I really broke it. I ended up being very ginger on it for most of the week that followed in Pemaquid, Acadia, and Lubec.
Intersection of tones between the sea and the sky. Venice, Florida. Hasselblad X1D
As the storm headed out to sea, I headed for the beach. As the clouds parted behind some magic light did the trick.
Nikon AF-S 16-35mm f/4G ED Lens
F22 |1s | ISO 100 | 16mm
Lee filter 1.2 GND | .9 GND hard
OR, Cannon Beach OR.
Somewhere along the Pacific Ocean in Cannon Beach, Oregon.
Taken in Oxelösund, Sweden during a smaller storm.
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so can you.
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Late day lighting bathes these rocks as the salty ocean (misty with the long exposure) flows between them.
Acadia National Park
Un peu agité :-)) je l'étais aussi. Ai dû m'accrocher par les coudes à la rembarde pour me stabiliser, mais quelle ambiance. Le créneau fut bon. Après, c'est devenu tout gris et il a plu. J'ai bénéficié d'un très beau court moment.
Coquille Point, Bandon Beach, Oregon
This rock looks, to me, just like somebody's cheeks and nose sticking out of the water, and there were these big holes in the rocks that looked like nostrils, and every time the waves came through the holes it was like the rock was sneezing/had a runny nose. I was constantly laughing like a little adolescent child. I think, looking at a map, this is the Elephant Rock, but to me it will always be Kleenex Rock hahahaha