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The sea is gone...
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Posted By: Fries, 08-22-2021, 11:52 AM

...and will be back at hight tide. In-between I do my thing on the flats. We have had a wet summer and that does translate in more photo opportunities because I do like some clouds in my seascapes. These are two recent captures for your viewing pleasure!

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Remco

1. The sun just appeared after a rain shower and made the whole scene 'pop' a little bit more.



2. Lots of rain being dumped into the sea.


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Temporarily. It does give you the opportunity to take some beautiful shots. The first one is terrific with the ground pattern and reflections. The second looks ominous. Great shots.
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Very good seascapes; and the clouds really do make it!
Very good use of the wide angle.
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Outstanding, Remco - as always. I particularly like the second one - reminds me of sailing Galveston Bay and seeing a rain shower off in the distance.

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really nice.
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QuoteOriginally posted by MikeNArk Quote
Temporarily. It does give you the opportunity to take some beautiful shots. The first one is terrific with the ground pattern and reflections. The second looks ominous. Great shots.
It does Mike and I am thankful for having the sea nearby to do this kind of thing. Thanks!

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Very good seascapes; and the clouds really do make it!
Very good use of the wide angle.
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Thanks! Because it is a big, wide landscape I tend to shoot very close too the ground to make the most of the foreground.

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Outstanding, Remco - as always. I particularly like the second one - reminds me of sailing Galveston Bay and seeing a rain shower off in the distance.

Jer
Catching those magical moments is what it is all about Jer and not even neceserraly with a camera. Just being there can be enough! Thanks Jer!
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