Double Feature: Summer’s Morning Shots

My archive is my dying gift to my wife.  If I were to go one of these days, perhaps she could figure out a way to monetize my artwork and bundle it into a European vacation for herself or the like.  In my archive I typically come across 3 or 4 photos all from the same shoot, and usually they are somewhat different subjects or different treatments used in Photoshop.

So here is my struggle.  Picking which of these would be the frontrunner for my particular shoot.  Instead of devote different blog posts for each photo in the set, I’ll instead bundle them in “double features.”

Here are a couple of shots from Jenness State Park.  There are several sunrises from this particular spot in my archives due to how much reflection I’ve gotten from low tide.  Jenness is one of my go-to spots for excellent seaside sunrise shots.


I love how this above photo reflected off the small pool on the beach.  I call this Salt Pool.


What a difference 10-15 minutes makes.  This one is named Rye at Low Tide.

In another 5 minutes after “Rye…” was taken, the area was washed out and gave unusable shots for me.  If I had to choose between the two, I choose Salt Pool.  I love the stillness of it and the rich blues as I saw them at the beach that day.

This photograph is available for prints, framed artwork and various other media.  Prints start at $9.99 for 5″x7″

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