Sunday, January 13, 2013

The Great Pacific Beach

16 comments:

Taste of My Life said...

All your shoots are great!

ShEiLa said...

that is lovely.

ToOdLeS.

Cathy said...

Couldnt figure why this looked so familiar, then I remembered a wonderful dream I had it looked just like this. Thanks for sharing.

Danton said...

Is that fog on the hillside? Very crisp image.

Ananda girl said...

I can hear the waves! Yes, this is the coast that I love. The forest comes down to kiss the coast line. You can see God in this photo. Nice work, Stephen.

Anonymous said...

Do you have any advice for a newbie. I've taken photography in college, but forgot everything, now it's frustrating everytime I want to take a good picture I have to just play with the FStop/shutter speeds to get a decent shot. Is there any tips you can give, or does practice make perfect with photos? Thanks! Love your photos!

Priya said...

it's like all beautiful things captured in a single frame: clouds,hills and the sea...how i love your work..:)

Stephen Baird said...

Dear Anonymous ...
Well, i wrote this post due to being asked this question by several bloggies.

http://nikonsniper.blogspot.com/2009_01_01_archive.html

Read that for what it's worth. Either way ... you can easily catch up and pass where you were in the school days by just shooting. Much of what you learned will come back. Take a quick course if you can. But, shoot! Chances are you are a lot younger than me ... so you probably have time on your side.

Great to have you here.

nikonsniper steve

Stephen Baird said...

danton, well i don't think it was technically fog ... but that moisture pushed all the way up those mountain ridges to become clouds and light rain.
nikonsniper steve

Allen Skipper said...

Just wanted to tell you that you have inspired me to get a decent camera and to start taking pics. I will send soem that I take so you can give me tips of how to take better ones. Thanks so much!

Eileen Astels Watson said...

That looks so refreshing and inviting!! I want to be there!

Valerie said...

I like the ruggedness of this shot. I can almost feel the dampness in the air.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the advice! I hope to be as good as you one day! :)Love your blog.

Barefoot from Heaven said...

Awsome.

tera said...

Lovely! It looks like the beaches near my parent's house. I don't get there nearly often enough!

Judy said...

I want to be here, right now.