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At Avon Pier
Lens: DA 15mm F4 ED AL Limited Camera: K-3II Photo Location: OBX ISO: 100 Aperture: F5.6 
Posted By: slowpez, 10-29-2017, 06:48 AM

Under the Avon Pier in the Outer Banks at sunset. The pier itself is a beautiful wooden structure.

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10-29-2017, 09:20 AM   #2
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Beautiful!!
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Exquisite - this one should hang on the wall.
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Incredibly beautiful. I would definitely want to frame that for my wall if I'd taken it.

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Nice composition...like how it draws the eye in...well done.
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Beautiful!!
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Exquisite - this one should hang on the wall.
QuoteOriginally posted by sealonsf Quote
Incredibly beautiful. I would definitely want to frame that for my wall if I'd taken it.
QuoteOriginally posted by photomax7 Quote
Nice composition...like how it draws the eye in...well done.
Thank you all for your kind comments. I have to admit that it is one of my favorites from the Outer Banks.
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Very nice! Most definitely worthy of having printed and on the wall.
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Very good eye to pick out this composition, very well exposed and with wonderful detail in the sand. All in all in winner in my book!

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You had a very good eye for this shot. Amazingly sharp considering the wide aperture and low light.
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Very nice indeed Susan!
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This has it all. A masterpiece. I'd love to see more of this series!
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Very nice! Most definitely worthy of having printed and on the wall.
QuoteOriginally posted by Fries Quote
Very good eye to pick out this composition, very well exposed and with wonderful detail in the sand. All in all in winner in my book!
QuoteOriginally posted by PJ1 Quote
You had a very good eye for this shot. Amazingly sharp considering the wide aperture and low light.
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Very nice indeed Susan!
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This has it all. A masterpiece. I'd love to see more of this series!
Thanks everyone. This was taken with a 15mm which I purchased used from B&H. They didn't do me wrong. I have only used the lens a couple of times and really felt stuck with it at the Avon Pier so I just tried my best and hoped for the best. I was quite surprised at how well it did. It may well become my favorite landscape lens. Dewman, be careful what you ask for as I have a series taken at the pier and will undoubtedly bore everyone with them soon.
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Truly remarkable, Susan. Very impressive.

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Truly remarkable, Susan. Very impressive.

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Hey, thanks Jer.
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Perhaps a slide show for us?
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