I am not what happened but the weather Gods over in Western Europe have been very kind this Easter, near summer temperatures. People going of to the beach. Well I couldn’t stay behind. It was the perfect occasion to test the 25mm lens during day light and the 45-150mm for telezoom shots.
Admittedly walking around on an a half empty beach being sunflooded with no wind… The Netherlands almost becomes paradise, if I might say so.
I dediced to go to the Dutch town of Vlissingen – many New Yorkers know it as a part of their city: Flushing- it is a sea side town in the South-West of the Netherlands in the province of Zeeland (Ever wondered where New Zealand’s name came from?)
I came out of the train station, wanting to rent a bike only to find out that it was Sunday afterall and on top it Easter Sunday. All shops closed, so walking it was. And boy did I walk, 22km over the entire day. That said..
I tried to be in Vlissingen as early as I possibly could as I wanted to have as much morning light as possible. After a 30 minute walk finally arrived at the beach head to encounter this…
Of the cool things about being on a beach and one of the reasons I went is that you can really experiment with vanishing points and the entire space. The concept of framing is one thing I am still trying to come to grips with as is the ISO value to choice. That said I believe I did manage to pull a few good shots of
Some of the above I just like to share, but my favo is the last below. Beachy feeling isn’t