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A shot from last Friday evening at the Hole In The Wall Beach, Davenport. I've been wanting to come down here to the south end of the beach for a long while... and finally made it. I've seen some great shots from this area and had to get down here for myself. Great area w/various comp opportunities. Looking forward to revisiting and maybe catching more sky action. Exploding skies or not, this whole Davenport area is awesome (as many of you already know!).
I actually started off my day w/a very dark outside early morning wake up and headed for the Nrth Golden Gate - Marin Headland area, for some sunrise shots of the bridge (of which I have not done in many years).....but no chance as I had Thick, Wet, Fog, w/no visibility. Still ended up hiking around and getting some shots (and got fog-soaking wet), just not much of the bridge.....but i did hear the fog horns!
I'll post more shots of my day of trip-n around w/my camera. Didn't have the greatest conditions, but it was awesome to finally get out again to see-smell the ocean!
I've been having some frustrating intermittent computer problems, but hope to catch up on your streams soon!....as well as processing more shots.
Happy (just about) Friday everyone! :)
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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
Gulf Islands National Seashore
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One of my favourite writers - Joseph Conrad - and this is the title of one of my favourite books. He writes so beautifully about the ocean and about the darkness and light within us all.
Ballybunion Beach on a calm evening. The horse and rider added a touch of magic to the whole scene.
As dawn begins, a near crescent moon rises. Single exposure. Olympic National Park on the Pacific Ocean. Taken a couple days ago. Thanks for looking!
hey everyone! so last week, i was at the la flickr gathering and let me tell you, it was one of the most amazing experiences of my life. i don't even have words for how wonderful it was to meet all these talented people. i was pretty intimidated to shoot while i was there because i am so used to shooting by myself in complete seclusion. but, on new years day, a small group of us woke up at 5:30 in the morning and went to these beautiful cliffs on the ocean and i started to come out of my shell more and even though i never shot my own concept, i did second shoot one and this is it. this is morey's idea and set up and katherine modeled for us. they are just two of the great people i met this past week and saying goodbye to everyone was so hard.
this was the best new years of my life and it was a beautiful way to start of 2013. i have so many things planned for this year and i'm making a lot of big decisions in my life. even though i didn't walk away from this with a whole bunch of amazing photographs, i walked away with so much more.
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Another one from Elgol "beach" on the Isle of Skye in Scotland. Unfortunaly the weather didn't offer me the real great stuff, but this location definitely is wonderful for landscape photography and under any circumstances...!
I got the sunshine blues my fine flickr friends - my Irish blood is firing up and I want a rainy windy Sunday. I have listed my Baby Mac 21 on gumtree and am a feeling a little blue and a little sad to say goodbye to her - she has been marvellous and really she was the one responsible for kicking me off in photography. Mama Retina led me by the hand gently in to the colour nik software thingey today to try and make up for Baby Mac's departure and the fine summers day we are having and this is what we came up with :)
N.B. Feel free to remind me of my words in a couple of months when its cold and rainy - I have a feeling they will come back and bite me in the as....eh ...apple :)
Pacific means peaceful in Latin. The Pacific Ocean covers 30% of the Earth's surface and so is the biggest Ocean in the world