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Nikon D2X


Capture Date/Time: June 6, 2006 20:45
Aperture/Shutter Speed: F/11 - 10 sec
Focal Length: 10.5 mm
ISO: 160
Flash: None


Here's a view westward on the long dock extending out behind the house into the Intracoastal Waterway. The sunsets are always spectacular here because the cloud formations caused by the coastline are very dramatic. I could look at these clouds day and night. This exposure was taken well after dark, so the challenge here was to make sure the gazebo was in focus and to keep mosquitoes off of me without causing the camera to bounce around. I was fairly successful, but I did collect a few bites in the process.



Comments


06.08.06, 06:37 AM, Bob:

Beautiful shot. Takes me back a few years to celebration of my parents 50th anniversary on Topsail Island.


06.08.06, 07:21 AM, Chantal:

AWESOME!!!!!!!!


06.08.06, 08:52 AM, Gary:

lovely view


06.08.06, 08:58 AM, Frank:

Beautiful photo. So wonderful colors. Great shot!


06.08.06, 08:09 PM, Jeremi:

Excuse me while I pick my jaw off the floor! Holy Smokes is this a beautiful shot. Do you by chance sell your photo's?


06.09.06, 05:02 AM, Still:

Awesome, just like a dream...


06.09.06, 05:24 AM, Lynn R:

You've captured a real winner here Mike. Fabulous colour, and what a view!


06.09.06, 09:36 AM, Natalie:

This is really gorgeous.


06.09.06, 09:43 PM, Alicia:

How surreal! Well worth the mosquito bites. It looks almost 3d generated. One of the best landscapes I've ever seen, Mike.


06.10.06, 08:37 AM, ana:

familiar looking dock, great setting to go with it. just spectacular. i can sit here and say 'ahhhhh'


06.10.06, 09:58 AM, Shirley:

Wow, what an incredible shot! Life doesn't get much better than that....


06.10.06, 12:03 PM, Diane:

Mike, this is absolutely breathtaking. I think, no, I know.. one of my favorite of yours!


06.10.06, 09:52 PM, cool daddio:

Beautiful!! Worth a skeeter bite or two.


06.13.06, 02:05 AM, navin harish:

Awesome colours. What won't I give to be at this place to witness this myself.



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