january 13, 2014

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Love one another. Count your blessings. Enjoy your weekend!” ~ Ann Howington

mountains and mole hills
mountains and mole hills

On the heels of the first (and perhaps only) polar vortex for the season, and with ever plunging temps knocking at the door, I thought I’d share photos of Rosemary Beach, Florida from just a few months ago in October. It’s a beautiful part of the state that suffered minimal, such as it is, damage from the BP oil geyser. The sands remain pristine and white with dune buffers to support a splash of color and protection against the sea. I think the photo below may be one of my favorites to date, partly because of its restricted color palette and perspective, and partly because I used no effects/actions or filters to create the stark depth of field. It was old fashion aperture and focus and overcast skies that did it. I was awfully happy photographing Rosemary Beach, and I’m awfully happy looking at in cold winter months.

calm seas
calm seas

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