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Nikon D2X

Capture Date/Time: December 16, 2006 15:22
Aperture/Shutter Speed: F9 - 1/350 sec
Focal Length: 17 mm
ISO: 320
Flash: None

A mini-cabana shelter on the beach this weekend in Florida as a storm was brewing over the water. The storm never quite reached shore. As you walk along the beach, these shelters add such a neat splash of color to the otherwise plain sand. I saw it sitting there and I spent a great deal of time trying to frame it to my liking and getting my exposure right to pick up the storm clouds.


12.19.06, 04:11 PM, John:

Fantastic colors Mike.

12.20.06, 08:24 AM, micki:

Your efforts paid off well! This has a wonderful seaside energy to it.

12.20.06, 09:10 AM, Ashish Sidapara:

Yes, the exposure is perfect! Those sandels outside make me think ;-)

12.20.06, 12:05 PM, Jeremi:

Oh I would love the beach right now as I sit here freezing in 13 degree weather!
Great shot!

12.21.06, 08:39 AM, Ana:

The clouds look great against those lines of colour. Looks like a great place to canoodle!

12.29.06, 03:34 PM, Mark:

Wow, your time was well spent. Subtle, but effect colors help create a great mood for the shot.

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