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10/16/2009

Jekyll Island Driftwood and St. Simons Light

Jekyll Island Driftwood and St. Simons Light

I take a few shots of the driftwood on the north end of Jekyll Island every year. Due, by some theories, to global warming, the sea is rising and slowly the beach is cutting back further and further into the forest. More trees fall every year. There are always new shapes to photograph by October when I visit. Often, as here, I find a formation to frame the light house on St. Simons Island across the channel.

Sony DSC H50 at 31mm equivalent. F5.6 @ 1/800th @ ISO 100. Programed auto.

A bit of Recovery in Lightroom for the highlights on the bleached wood. Added Clarity and Vibrance in the Presence panel. Sharpen landscapes preset. Cropped slightly from the top for composition.

From Colonial Coast 09.

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2 Responses to “10/16/2009”


  1. 10/16/2009 at 8:16 am

    What a bleak mood. It sure conveys emotion to me.

  2. 10/19/2009 at 6:58 pm

    I like it. I love the jagged lines of the tree limbs.


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