ANPAT 16 Spring. Bandon Beach
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jrp

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From the top of the stairs leading to the beach, at road level.
· Date: Sun 8-May-2016 · Views: 403 · Filesize: 130.4kb, 212.3kb · Dimensions: 599 x 900 ·
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Keywords: anpat16,bandon,oregon,d700,28-70,jrp
Camera: Nikon D700
Lens and Filters: 28-70mm f/2.8D AF-S
Location: Bandon Beach, Oregon US
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MAGICA 4.4
Additional Categories: ANPAT 16 Spring - Landscape
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tommiejeep


Location: Goa IN
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Sun 08-May-2016 08:42

Excellent, love the layers, light and colours.
jrp

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Mon 09-May-2016 02:57

Very glad to hear you like it, Tommie
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Sun 29-May-2016 08:17

wow, that is awesome
bgs

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Mon 30-May-2016 07:42 Rating: 10 

Beautiful!
jrp

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Wed 01-June-2016 02:31

Thank you gentlemen.
The tough part was really just to find the right spot to shoot through the many thick tree branches there.
RHMJR2


Location: Branford CT US
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Sun 05-June-2016 01:48 Rating: 10 

A very captivating image - a little ethereal in effect.
Nikf2sb


Location: Scotland UK
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Sat 15-July-2017 02:37 Rating: 10 

Thanks for welcoming a McNikonian. This is the first of your images I've looked at - and it's stunning! Must have been difficult to get the exposure right with the very broad spectrum of light and shade, yet still keep the detail. Very impressed.