Indecision. Cape Cod off season beach lot. 1/125 sec at f/6.3 iso 100. upward shift to straighten lines with 24mm T-se.
I was intending to post yesterdays morning seascape stuff but it seems that I'm still working on it- not quite sure how to ultimately play those at this juncture, and I was pretty busy today and didn't get enough time to consider them. So that's funny tho because I'm just remembering that some people like to say that they wont take more then 3 minutes on an image otherwise it isn't a good image (slams the gavel for [email protected]!) But I think that well I know that I'll go back through the calalogs and find old pictures that I had initially discarded and really find a gem in the mix sometimes- and I might spend three minutes on it then and revive it to the top of my favorites or maybe I'll spend a few days weeks and months sorting that bugger- you don't have to do it all at once obviously, and we all see fresher sometimes with a break. So let's not get too worried about the rules and how much time we should give an image before it's done. So maybe tomorrow then, those seascapes aren't really all that, just had a great time doing it.
This from a shooting and visiting trip to Cape Cod to see my folks awhile back- it's really easy for me to see down there- because it's all new turf in a way. Sometimes when I'm really feeling hot in chasing pictures every other place I look has what seems to be a construction of interestings- as if a photographer designed it as a set that I was walking through. I'm sure it's happened to you too- you're looking at this wicked cool thing and you're thinking "hmmm, I bet a photographer set this here to shoot it"- Andy Goldsworthy's et al.s. Heheh- whatever- psyched to shoot that cool lookin thing and run it through my paces!