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Landscapes and Seascapes


A monochrome of “The Boneyard” at Edisto Island, SC, USA.


Landscapes and Seascapes


I hope all of you have enjoyed this blog of “the boneyard” area of Edisto Island, SC, USA . I can only hope my photography has done some justice to the beauty and magic of this beautiful beach! You can see many more of my images of this enchanted beach by vising my website at http://www.stanshillingburg.com/ photography and click on the Landscapes and Seascapes gallery. I use a Nikon D700, a Nikkor 24-70 2.8 lens, a Grad ND filter, an Induro CT213 CARBON FIBER Tripod with an Induro BHD2 Ballhead. and as always, if you would like to help me fund more travels to gorgeous places to photograph, please help by purchasing a print or two from my website! All of my images are posted for your veiwing pleasure…the helps me get out there, to get those shots! Thanks so much to everyone for all your support, please enjoy the images! My next series will be a bit further North into the North Carolina mountains for fall colors and waterfalls!


Landscapes and Seascapes


Fading light and long shutter speeds brings out the gorgeous richness of color while adding a soft surrel blur to the moving waves on Edisto Island, SC, USA. The Boneyard is famous for these trees living on the beach and having the sea come crashing in on them at high tide.

Equipment used: Nikon D700 with a 24-70 2.8 Nikkor lens, an Induro tripod with an Induro BHD2 ballhead for this shot.

As always, these images are for your veiwing pleasure by clicking on the image to get the High Res version. All of my images are available for your purchase as Wall Art, gallery wraps, prints, puzzles, mugs, etc..Your suport greatly helps me to finance my travels to bring images of gorgeous places to you! Thanks for visiting and come bacl often!


Landscapes and Seascapes


Seeing the roots of “the Boneyard” in late evening light on Edisto Island, SC, USA.

Equipment used: Nikon D700, Nikkor 24-70 2.8 lens, Induro CT213 tripod, Induro BHD2 ballhead, circular polarizing filter.

As always, these images are for your veiwing pleasure by clicking on the image to get the High Res version. All of my images are available for your purchase as Wall Art, gallery wraps, prints, puzzles, mugs, etc..Your suport greatly helps me to finance my travels to bring images of gorgeous places to you! Thanks for visiting and come bacl often!


Landscapes and Seascapes


Another long exposure shot of “the Boneyard” at Edisto Island, SC, USA. The sun was about to set (90 degrees camera right), the colors and emotion here were breathtaking! My senses were overhwelmed as this was the first time I had ever been to this location and was so busy trying to take in the gorgeous scenery, enjoy and savor the moments, and still concentrate on framing, focal length, iso values, aperture, and shotter speeds, along with timing the shutter to open with the long retracting waves of the ocean. For those who have never tried this…it is a daunting task! but one that is truly good for the soul.

Location: Edito Island, SC, USA

Equipment used: Nikon D700, Nikkor 24-70 2.8 lens, Induro CT213 Tripod, Induro BHD2 ballhead, and a circular polarizing filter

 

As always, these images are for your veiwing pleasure by clicking on the image to get the High Res version. All of my images are available for your purchase as Wall Art, gallery wraps, prints, puzzles, mugs, etc..Your suport greatly helps me to finance my travels to bring images of gorgeous places to you! Thanks for visiting and come bacl often!


Landscapes and Seascapes


Moving a little farther south, but still in South Carolina; I spent an evening on Edisto Island in a place called “the Boneyard”. Trying my hand at some of my photography skills, I used some high aperture settings along with some slow shutter speeds to capture some of the more surreal scenes of this magical beach. At high tide, the ocean rushes inland to submerge the trees that have clung to life on the beach. The trees pictured here are quite large, a grown person would actually have to reach up to touch the lowest limb on these trees feature near the center of this shot. you can see many more of my images of this gorgeous place by clicking here: http://www.stanshillingburg.com/photography and click on the Landscapes and Seascapes gallery. Hope you enjoying veiwing as much as I enjoyed photographing this wonderful gem in South Carolina! And again, by purchasing a print you help he fund my travels to photograph the most gorgeous subjects on earth, thank you!