PESO/GESO Seabright beach

Alan C cole at lantic.net
Sun Apr 7 08:51:22 EDT 2019


Didn't really notice the egrets before but I see that one appears in 
most shots. We get Cattle Egrets around here, mostly at the rubbish 
dump. They run in phalanxes behind the bulldozers looking for grubs. 
I'll take a camera next time I go to the dump.

Alan C

On 07-Apr-19 08:03 AM, Larry Colen wrote:
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> Alan C wrote on 4/6/19 10:55 PM:
>>
>> A very nice set, Larry. I haven't walked on a beach for years. 
>> Something South African in the form of the Dolosse clearly visible!
>
> Thanks Alan.  I did not know the name of them. I had mistakenly called 
> them rip rap.
>
> A few more from that set, tighter crops of the snowy egret
> https://www.flickr.com/photos/ellarsee/sets/72157708025297124
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> When I left on my errands it was raining heavily so I just brought the 
> K-3 II and the 16-50, thinking I wouldn't need anything not weather 
> sealed and forgetting about my 28-105.
>
>
>
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>> On 07-Apr-19 04:21 AM, Larry Colen wrote:
>>> Took a detour on the way home from errands yesterday, played with 
>>> the camera a bit at the beach.
>>>
>>> PESO:https://www.flickr.com/photos/ellarsee/46829211574/in/album-72157679750524318/ 
>>>
>>>
>>> full set:
>>> https://www.flickr.com/photos/ellarsee/sets/72157679750524318
>>>
>>> Comments and suggestions appreciated as always
>>> (it might take a few minutes for all 20 to upload, but I’m on my way 
>>> to dinner)
>>> -- 
>>> Larry Colen
>>> lrc at red4est.com
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
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