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…Until next year.
Perfectly vivid and beautifully captured.
ugh!! not ready for summer to be overrrrr!
you’re right, of course, even though i refuse to believe it.
Love this set, Brian! I think you and I were on the same boat this year–that is, the boat that never quite sails into summer. Still holding out for some more of that Indian Summer here in SF, but I think the bout of sunshine we got last week was it.
Great stuff nonetheless mate.
is that new england? reminds me of mass. dunes.
Daydreaming myself there. Drizzly NYC isn’t cutting it today, especially after seeing these shots…
Love the motion of sand.
It’s so strange to be reminded that this is the reality for some. That once summer leaves, so does the days at the beaches. Here in Australia I find I’m more likely to visit the beach in winter rather than summer when it’s really hot. In winter the sun is perfectly warming as you enjoy the breeze and blue skies. Ok, this wasn’t meant to sound showy, just conversational. Indeed the reverse side is that sometimes it would be nice to have more dramatic seasonal changes. But…. perhaps you should come visit our country sometime!? Even in winter!
I agree with lucent imagery: here in Australia, visiting the beach is actually more enjoyable in winter. It’s so hot in summer, stepping out doors feels like a chore. Even in winter though, we have the same peerless blue sky as in these photos. I don’t know how you manage to capture something so simple and familiar in your photos, and make it look so different and new.
Love those fences on the beach :)
Can’t beat the seduction of a Hasselblad. Not just about he photo you make but also about he viewfinder, reverse composing, the snap of the shutter, the sound of the advance…..and repeat. What a lovely afternoon.
lovely. and not at all like the last day i spent at the beach
that last photo…summer fading away into the distance. nice work, b.
That sand looks so soft. That sky looks so bright. Those photos do shine.
these are so, so beautiful. i love what you’re doing with the hasselblad.
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