Strolling Along

© Michael S. Lazarus

Strolling Along

Uploaded: April 15, 2008


f/22.0, 1/80, 18-200mmVR@18mm, DSC_12160, 8:45AM, ISO200

This is a view of Miami's South Beach looking north. I took this on a Sunday morning just after a tractor graded a fresh path in the sand.

Exif: F Number: 22, Exposure Bias Value: 0.00, ExposureTime: 1/80 seconds, Flash: did not fire., ISO: 200, White balance: Auto white balance, FocalLength: 18.00 mm, Model: NIKON D40


Eivor Kuchta April 15, 2008

Michael, I like how the lines in the sand, and the formation of the clouds meet together in the middle of the image. Well seen, and captured. You've got clarity all the way. #901679

isabel C. Zepeda level-classic April 15, 2008

Nice picture, love the clarity of the blue sky.

Ysa... #5794202

Michael S. Lazarus April 17, 2008

Thank you Eivor and Isabel for your comments here. This shot was taken just as the sun just rose over some large storm clouds offshore in the East and the light was spectacular. The clouds cooperated on this morning and the tractor was right on-time :-) I would have passed on the footprints in the FG but that's life on the beach. It was a great morning and a nice return for me after many weeks away. #5799573

Melissa G. Meiselman April 20, 2008

Wonderful wide angle shot with fantastoc perspective from the tractor tracks with great cloud formations and terrific sky color, Michael!! #5811581

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