JimFox, Aug 1, 2017
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    • JimFox
      @01Ryan10 thanks Ryan! It was so much fun playing around up there. As a photographer, you are like a kid in a candy store.
    • Zeph
      How low can you go, this much be shot three inches above the water...
    • JimFox
      @Zeph Thanks Zeph! Glad you think it was shot low, I am sure it was shot at about 5 feet high. I like the higher vantage point because it allows more of the beach to be seen, and in this case with that water streaking in so fast, I wanted to get long streaks of it.
    • Darcy Grizzle
      wow love the way it looks like a low point of view, I seriously thought it was!
    • JimFox
      @Darcy Grizzle thanks Darcy! I am glad you liked this one. I think it must feel like a low shot because the water lines just stretch so far in this one.

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