10-17-13 Geometry

2013 10-17 Geometry by Watetown, South Dakota, photographer Scott Shephard

It’s hard not to get caught up in the amazing symmetry of humble sea shells like these. And when you move in close, as I did here, you are seeing details that many fail to notice.

This photo, incidentally, was taken at a state park near Gulf Shores, Alabama. The sand is some of the purest powdery sand I’ve ever seen. When you walk on it, it squeaks. And in October the beach is nearly empty.

Canon 5DIII 1/3200s f/2.8 ISO100 100mm

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    • Thanks, Dennis. I broke a few macro “rules” when I took this, including not using a tripod on a photo that was exposed using a 2.8 aperture. What that means is that I got a little lucky getting the right focal point in pretty clear focus.

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