Monday, September 19, 2011

The view, without leaving the house

The house we rented had an amazing view from both balconies and the patio. All of these shots were taken without setting foot in the sand.


100mm, f/20, 1/100, 100 ISO [Day 166/366]



Tripod, 100mm, f/20, 10.0 sec, 100 ISO [Day 166/366]


Around 8am, about an hour after sun-up. We climbed to the top of that sand dune. There's a white SUV on the beach, just above my watermark, that may provide a sense of scale.


28mm, f/10, 1/160, 400 ISO [Day 168/366]


The mist rolls in fast, this was taken only 5 minutes after the previous picture. Luckily, the fog can leave just as fast as it comes in.


50mm, f/10, 1/125, 400 ISO [Day 168/366]


The view from the hottub, nearing sunset.


66mm, f/7.1, 1/160, 400 ISO [Day 167/366]


The backside of the hottub was flanked by potted plants in odd hues; yes, they're fake.


64mm, f/4.5, 1/500, 250 ISO [Day 164/366]


My favorite sunset of the trip- I like how the colors changed as the sun sank, so I included lots of shots. As I was taking these photos, the playback image matched the scene so well that I didn't tinker with the colors at all after the fact.


Tripod, 100mm, f/18, 15.0 sec, 100 ISO [Day 165/366]



Tripod, 100mm, f/18, 10.0 sec, 100 ISO [Day 165/366]



Tripod, 100mm, f/18, 8.0 sec, 100 ISO [Day 165/366]



Tripod, 100mm, f/18, 8.0 sec, 100 ISO [Day 165/366]



Tripod, 100mm, f/18, 8.0 sec, 100 ISO [Day 165/366]

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