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FUNDAY MUNDAY

Robert Watcher

Well-known member
Exploring new areas of El Salvador, with today being the coastal areas of the Gulf of Fonseca. Here is collection of images I took at the end of the day before our 1-1/2 hour ride home. Olympus E-M1 w/11-22 f2.8/3.5

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Asher Kelman

OPF Owner/Editor-in-Chief
Robert,

All interesting but this one is especially strong.


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I wonder if you might consider expanding the sand all around so it appears as a shot of a lake in the desert!

Asher
 

Robert Watcher

Well-known member
Robert,

All interesting but this one is especially strong.





I wonder if you might consider expanding the sand all around so it appears as a shot of a lake in the desert!

Asher
it’s a small tidal pool as found all over the beach - small fish love these areas as home. I held my camera directly over top at full arms reach, using a 22mm equivalent wide angle lens - barely keeping my feet out of the shot And out of the water.
 

Asher Kelman

OPF Owner/Editor-in-Chief
it’s a small tidal pool as found all over the beach - small fish love these areas as home. I held my camera directly over top at full arms reach, using a 22mm equivalent wide angle lens - barely keeping my feet out of the shot And out of the water.
Can the fish survive all day like this? I'd think there’s danger being eaten by crabs or birds or else baking in the sun!

Asher
 
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