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16 Responses to Icy Beach at Smith’s Point

  1. Claude says:

    What an extraordinary soft light! And beautifully composed image, with the long shadows leading along the beach to the horizon.

  2. Sharon says:

    Thank you, Claude. This beach gets some wonderful light.


  3. Tim ONeill says:

    Killer image Sharon. Love the ripples, snow fence shadows, and the leading lines. Wall art for sure.
    A wee crop off the right between the two fence lines might even make this a bit stronger.

  4. Sharon says:

    Thank you, Tim. I’ll take a look at your crop suggestion.


  5. Sharon says:

    It is! And it was amazingly hard to walk on. Thanks for commenting, Ciel. 🙂


  6. Steve Sieren says:

    Sharon, love the dramatic light play with the interesting shadows and how the S curves takes you off into the background.

  7. Sharon says:

    Thank you, Steve!


  8. Ben Horne says:

    That is very interesting seeing snow at the beach. It might not be all that unusual where you live, but you sure won’t see that here in Southern California! The texture of the snow sure is fascinating.

  9. Sharon says:

    Ben, it’s not that common here. I went out the other night and got into a snowstorm on the beach. It was incredible with snow blowing down the beach and white-out conditions. It was just me and the gulls and pipers.


  10. Beautiful texture and long light…awesome
    Looks cold and crunchy! 🙂

  11. Sharon says:

    Thanks Harry!


  12. Ben says:

    Fantastic shot – lighting and composition are spot on. Great texture in the snow. One of your best.

  13. Sharon says:

    Thanks, Ben. This is my favorite beach here.


  14. Oh my gosh…. those shadows! Beautiful lighting, color and textures.

  15. Sharon says:

    Thank you, Diane!

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