Panoramics

October 25, 2012

The off season brings opportunities for clear waters, clear haze free skies, and low light scenis shooting.  As I get into my full swing for off season seascape shooting, I thought I'd share some of my panoramics from last year!  These are my favorite seascapes dating from last October-December, and I'm sure you'll recognize some beloved Rhode Island landmarks like Beavertail and the Narragansett Towers.  I love these shots so much they've all become Limited Edition Fine Art pieces (available as Limited Edition Posters too).  I hope this season can produce as many terrific seascapes as last year!  I'll keep you posted as I go shooting when the light, weather, sun and tides are all perfectly aligned and I can produce those terrific coastal landscapes images.







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