Sea and surf

Until I get done processing more of the monastery photos, I thought I would show a few beach photos. Waking up and hearing the ocean and taking walks on the beach in the evening were some of the relaxing moments of my trip. It’s a different feeling that you don’t get in Pennsylvania. I kept most of my beach shooting relatively simple and I couldn’t do any fancy shooting like super long exposures and such because I didn’t have the gear with me. So I had to shoot in somewhat brighter light. But that’s OK, since limitations make me think differently.  I hope you enjoy the pics!

Evening Pier

© David Guidas
Lumix GX1, 14-42

Watching the Sun

© David Guidas
Lumix GX1, 14-42

If you feel like listening to a soundtrack while looking at the photos, I recommend “Beachcomber Blues” by Dolorean. The video isn’t really a video but it has some really cool guitar work in it.

  One thought on “Sea and surf

  1. May 1, 2012 at 10:43 pm

    Lovely series

    • May 2, 2012 at 10:36 am

      Thanks. I think they’re a nice change from my usual subjects.

  2. May 2, 2012 at 11:12 am

    These are beautiful! Screw the fancy gear long exposures and stuff because these are fabulously wonderful. So serene and REAL. Love long exposures too but I’m a big fan of what resulted from your lack of the “right” gear. 🙂 great post!

    • May 2, 2012 at 12:24 pm

      Thanks Polly. I guess I think in terms of composition first and then figure out how to accomplish it with what gear I have. I may miss shots that I pictured in my head but I usually end up with ones that I didn’t think about at first. That’s part of the fun of photography!

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