First Seascapes of the Seasons

November 14, 2013

Summer's gone and the cold weather is moving in.  But while the weather was pleasant enough to venture outside without a third coat, I made a trip through South County to shoot my first seascapes of the season.  First up was Matunuck beach on a cold and windy day.  Even though sunset was a couple hours away, the cloudy conditions reduced the sunlight enough to allow me to shoot some long exposures.  I'm still hoping for that B+W #110 though!

Then, on the way home, the sky cleared just a little bit and turned a beautiful royal blue just after sundown.  I stopped by Narragansett Beach to capture some of the wonderful lighting conditions.  With little time to set up and shoot it's not necessarily my favorite work but I'm still very glad I made the stop!

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