View 236: Scenes from a Beach

Lake Ontario beach scenes at Brennan's Beach near Pulaski, New York.

Lake Ontario beach scenes at Brennan’s Beach near Pulaski, New York. From top: Waves rolling onto the beach, folded beach umbrellas in front of a camp and abandoned flip flops in the sand.

Spent the day enjoying summer at Brennan’s Beach RV Campground and Resort near Pulaski, New York. Walked the beach with the D70 using the Nifty Fifty (Nikon’s 50mm f/1.8 lens) which equates to 75mm with the 1.5x crop factor and came away with typical scenes such as Lake Ontario waves rolling onto the beach, folded beach umbrellas in front of a camp and an abandoned pair of flip flops in the sand.

Later, as all good summer days end on the eastern shore, people came down to the beach to watch the Sun set over the Late Ontario waters.

Watching a Lake Ontario Sunset from Brennan's Beach near Pulaski New York.

A couple watches a sunset from the eastern shore of Lake Ontario.
Nikon D70/Tokina 11-16mm, f/16, EV 0, 16mm focal length, HDR image.

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10 Responses to View 236: Scenes from a Beach

  1. Karma says:

    Ahhhh… looks like a lovely day. I hear the beach calling to me as well.
    Cool collage shape! What did you use to make it?

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  2. Truels says:

    A nice place to spend some summer days, Scott!

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  3. milkayphoto says:

    Nothin’ better than summer. 🙂

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  4. Barbara says:

    These are all lovely, Scott… I really like the triptych!

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  5. Kathy says:

    Loving the green in the water and the green of the lake.

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  6. I like the lighting on the second picture. Seems to be a perfect shot! 🙂

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