No special effects intended here; the background is sand consisting of glacial silt and it is reflecting the blue sky above. The picture was taken at low tide and this entire part of Cook Inlet becomes wet sand at low tide.
The picture was taken with an old Kodak 4 mp 4600. I love all of the shots you guys are posting here
Some more from last summers trip to London with the lad. Amused myself by setting myself a little project with the picutres, rather than just shoot the usual touristy stuff... 'London, close up and personal'
So where, exactly am I?
1. Easy one for starters....
14. And finally, a wee social comment ... my answer to Jimmy Hendix's 'Star Spangled Banner' 'Rule Britannia' ...... Yeah right, whateva.
Went out this evening for a drive through the country lanes with the roof off, and hoped to get some photographs of the scenery with the sun setting behind. Unfortunately, it went dark too quickly, so I put the camera on the tripod and took some longer exposures to see how they would come out.
The remote release was playing up, so I didn't manage to get any good tail light trails before I gave up in disgust - ah, car coming, press now, now, come on, release you... Think the battery must be going in the bloody thing already.