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Discussion in 'Scenic, Architecture, and Travel' started by Nuskyn, Aug 14, 2011.
I must know - were you lying down when you took this and where is this beach full of shells? I have never ever been on a beach so filled with shells! I hope you had sandals on.:tongue: This is quite a photo, Nuskyn! Where were/are you????
I like the suggestion of the two figures in the deep background. Nicely done.
No.. that's one of the great advantages of the EX1.. the swivel amoled screen....
This beach is in the Netherlands @ Voorne's Duin near Rotterdam... I'm never going to the beach without my Teva's :tongue: !!
EX1 through a set of binoculars... (Vortex 12x50)
A couple of really great shots here. Thanks for posting.
swivel screen FTW!
Hmm it is indeed pretty close to my home city, maybe I should go there too! I only go to the Hoek van Holland beach and dunes to run from time to time... and the Wadden sea islands with my family once a year :smile:
swiveling screen is gold :smile:
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fireworks1 by anachronist1, on Flickr
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fireworks2 by anachronist1, on Flickr
Leica M8, 28/2.8 Elmarit-M wide-open, 1sec, ISO 1250. Braced on Railing.
wow, I particularly like the first one, with the surf all lit up by the fireworks!
oo... I can play the beach game...
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The joys of Santorini... more here: Santorini 2012 - a set on Flickr
Nuskyn, that is a great photo. Looking forward to seeing more reply shots!
From the archive. Might have posted it before.
2gg by _loupe, on Flickr
O.K. here's another one : 2 fat lady's and a Seal
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Beach Party by anachronist1, on Flickr
Leica M8, 28/2.8 Elmarit, ISO 1250, 2Sec exposure.
wow, I've only ever seen seals from a great distance as they're usually super shy... how did you get so close?
He was resting on a remote sandbank, only accessible during very low tide, with almost no people around (use flickr map for exact location).
At first we thought that he was sick or old, but a few seconds after the picture it crawled to the water and was gone..
We've seen 4 different seal's that day, but this was the first (and maybe the last) time that close.. a very special moment.
even the lifeguard came by to check him..
Jellyfish with the new NX-20..
Shale beach, Colchester Point, Vermont. Lumix FZ150