Wednesday, November 19, 2014

A Shooting At High Noon


Howdy 'pilgrims' !

Couldn't resist saying that!

Yesterday we were at the beach around the noon hour.
If this was summer I would never attempt to shoot directly into the sun and water.
But it is mid-November and the sun is not as powerful here in Nova Scotia.

This is what I got....with a little help from Sophie (I discovered later).






All these photos are SOOC....Straight Out Of Camera.

You just never know unless you try.





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    1. Thanks Joyce. It is usually always magical down at the beach.

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  2. These shots are just amazing, and sophie looks to have been a great helper on this. Beautiful llighting!

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    1. Thanks Jeanne. I thought these would be 'glared out' by the sun and sea. Lucky I guess.

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  3. These took my breath away, how stunning and of course where there is beauty there is Sophie's print, wow Jim

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    1. You know Sophie, Lorraine......has to be in every photo!! lol

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  4. Wow, that silvery sand is amazing -- I was surprised when you said all the shots were SOOC.

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    1. I was as surprised when I didn't have to do anything, Debra! It's what the camera did to cope with all the light....November light.

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  5. Just beautiful, Jim ~ and I see SD all over the place! Have a good one!

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    1. You too, Louise! Let's here it for Wednesday!!

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  6. Beautiful. I love the swirly patterns on the sand left by the tide...and Sophie.

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    1. Thanks, Pat. each wave action has it's own effect on the sand. It is mesmerizing to watch.

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  7. These are sooo beautiful, Jim.

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    1. This time of year, Terry, this area is covered in rocks. So I took advantage of it.

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  8. fascinating and oddly beautiful, see sooc isn't so bad!

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