Enjoying Brewster Oysters at Sunset

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Comments (83)

T NL on October 6, 2008

That's quite an impressive shot kamaly; one of my favourites for the current NPC! I'll store it in my favourites to have a look at it again later.

Greets, Tomas

diego_cue on October 6, 2008

nice colours and picture Kamaly!

kamalyn on October 6, 2008

Thanks very much, diego_cue and T NL ! T NL - nice to see your name - guess I hadn't noticed that before. Thanks very much for the YS! Cheers!

Steve Paxton on October 7, 2008

My vote already got Y*

W@Z on October 7, 2008

Amazing shot Kamaly, well done.

kamalyn on October 7, 2008

Thanks, steve ! And did you see this week's installment of 'fall color' I got for you? Things are starting!

And thanks very much, W@Z !

Andrea Riberti on October 7, 2008

What a nice picture! I like it. Greetings from italian side of Switzerland. Ciao Andrea

michael habla on October 7, 2008

great picture !

best regards

michael

kamalyn on October 8, 2008

Thanks very much, andrea and michael ! Cheers from Massachusetts :)

©Würmer on October 8, 2008

...not to mention the satellite view!

it seems like a new ice age is coming down from the north, eating up the houses...

Jean Gregory Evans on October 8, 2008

Still an awesome photo! I think it will do extremely well in the competition!

Hope you don't mind me landing on this one to leave you a message. I found this pretty one and thought you might like it too. pretty flower

Jean

kamalyn on October 8, 2008

thanks, jean - Don's fern and flower is pretty nice, too!

and thanks, bartowian ! - LOL, well, that's how Cape Cod got its start (glacial outwash) so the weird water reflections in the new satellite photos for this area are sort of appropriate! the strange sun angle does make all the reflections look like snow or a desert - and some lakes I know of almost can't be seen. The boxes here are wire cages about a meter square - they're pens for oyster aquaculture.

Lukas Novak on October 9, 2008

Wow, I have never seen anything like that! Maybe because I don't eat oysters! :-) The image is outstanding! Fantastic mood! Very well done!

Marbiz on October 10, 2008

Good one for the contest kamaly. Interesting subject against a spectacular sky. The water looks so calm, is it in a bay? M

VKeith on October 10, 2008

So pretty!

kamalyn on October 10, 2008

thanks Lukas, marbiz, and VKeith ! marbiz - It's in Cape Cod Bay, where the tide goes waaaayyyyyy out, leaving only about 8"-10" of water for quite a long way - over a half-mile I think. In comments higher up on the page, I've included an explanation of what these are and some links to some other views of the oyster pens. It's very gratifying that people are being so complimentary about this shot. I was trying to get it all summer during the scattered week-ends I was there, but each time, either the clouds or schedule didn't cooperate. Things finally did align at the end of the summer!

Reni & Krisz on October 12, 2008

Beautiful shot, I voted! Good luck!

Greetings,

Reni

kamalyn on October 12, 2008

Thanks very much, Reni! Cheers from the States. :)

serkes on October 13, 2008

very nice shot

Cheers

serkan.

kamalyn on October 13, 2008

Thanks very much for visiting, serkes ! And your own photos are wonderful! Cheers from the States :)

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Photo details

  • Uploaded on September 17, 2008
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    by kamalyn
    • Camera: NIKON CORPORATION NIKON D60
    • Taken on 2008/09/17 19:12:22
    • Exposure: 0.020s (1/50)
    • Focal Length: 18.00mm
    • F/Stop: f/3.500
    • ISO Speed: ISO800
    • Exposure Bias: -0.33 EV
    • No flash

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