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Beach Driftwood

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1/1000s, f4.5, 200ISO, autoWB, 34mm.

I took T to Huyck’s Beach (he missed out last time) and we walked much farther, in fact right around the north point. It was a beautiful summer afternoon in the autumn.
I took lots of great photos so check them out on flickr and panoramio: big stones, algae, driftwood, Pleasant Bay, a fossil, a lighthouse, ripples, zebra mussel shells, tree roots and rocks, willows over rocks, beaver felled trees, a garter snake, and clouds above the beach.


Written by Dalila

September 28, 2014 at 3:06 pm

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