6.10.2014

Wordless Wednesday - Sandpipers

by Mary Denman

Welcome back for Wordless Wednesday!

Today's shots include a sandpiper with his eye partway closed.

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What's a Focal Point and Depth of Field?

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Using Zoom on Your Camera to Blur the Background
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Mary Denman Photography

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27 comments:

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    1. Thanks Steve! Trying to share some of our southern warmth!

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  2. So lovely.. I'd like to go to the beach soon!

    Ai @ Sakura Haruka
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  3. We dont live by the ocean, but we have sandpipers here in Las Vegas, kinda weird!

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    1. That is kind of weird! It's fun to watch them run back and forth with the waves.

      Thanks fro dropping by!

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  4. The pictures is so relaxing to look at. I wish I lived closer to the beach.

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    1. We"re about 4 hours away from it. We will go back this fall. I can't wait!

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  5. I really must make more time to get out and start using my camera again. Perhaps a photo challenge is in order.

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    1. Okay Rach, how about taking a picture of something very ordinary around your home and making it interesting!

      Thanks for stopping by.

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  6. I live in Nebraska. It's far from any ocean. I'm jealous. It looks so pretty

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    1. I wish I could share it with you Alissa! It is relaxing. But I bet you get more snow than I do. :) That's what I wish I could enjoy more.

      Thanks for dropping by!

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  7. To live near the sea or lake wich i do at the west coast of sweden and only 1 hr away from Gothenburg if i want a big city puls i dont think i couldnt live at a better place...great shots!

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    1. You do live in a wonderful place Magnus. And, you're a very good photographer! I looked around your site and I love the shot of your dog.

      Thank you so much for dropping by!

      Mary

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  8. We actually got attacked by some seagulls at the beach this past weekend. Eek!

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    1. Seagulls can be mean! Sandpipers just run away. I had to stand for about 15 -20 minutes to get good shots of the sandpipers. I have more. It was worth it. No one else was on the beach. :)

      Thanks for dropping by!

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  9. Beautiful Beach shots. Thanks for sharing them.

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    1. You're welcome Bailey! I wouldn't want to live at the beach but I do enjoy going on vacation there!

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  10. Lovely photos - so peaceful... Thanks for sharing! :)

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    1. Love reading your blog! It is so funny!
      Thanks for dropping by!

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  11. I love anything beach- And your photos are wonderful!

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    1. Thanks Helen! Your 365 project is fantastic! Great shots.

      Thanks for dropping by!

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  12. New lessons that I am always looking forward to reading & trying on my cams =) #WW

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  13. I love ocean shots! Very pretty!
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    Traci

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  14. Beautiful blues! The sandpipers look sweeter than the mean sea gulls that steal fries at our beaches.

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  15. Sandpipers is what they are called, huh? They are such funny birds when you are watching them, always following a wave back to the ocean, no doubt seeking food, and being scared away by the next one. Love them when I sit at the beach in OBX. Great shots!

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  16. Lovely pictures Mary :) we went to the beach but it was a over cast week and a stony beach, I need to go again now somewhere different for sun and sand ...

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