Sand Pile in B&W

I’ve been working on my B&W post processing with some of my seascapes.  This one is from my day at Fort Funston State Park.  I’d love to hear your opinions.  Cheers!
Sand Pile

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About Dan Shehan Photography

I’m a landscape photographer and call San Francisco my home. My favorite locations to shoot are around the Bay, within the City, and along the amazing California coastline. You can find my best photographs at: www.danshehanphotography.com
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16 Responses to Sand Pile in B&W

  1. lauramacky says:

    Fantabulous Dan. I love the way the sand looks here. Really nice! 🙂

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  2. Beautiful image. It is almost abstract.

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    • d3citypics says:

      Thanks Tim. I know what you mean. I see a cross between the sandstone of Arizona and Utah (Lake Powell in particular) combined with the effect of a beautiful beach. Cheers my friend 🙂

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  3. It’s beautiful. The black and white emphasizes the swirly patterns. I’m working on a poem about how the patterns on land echo the patterns of water, but it’s a difficult concept to express.

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  4. Ann says:

    Beautiful! I always notice patterns more in a B&W photo. The way the layers in the rock echo the wispy clouds and the waves really stands out in this photo.

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  5. rodrigozago says:

    What a beautiful place and picture! Congrats!

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  6. Bob says:

    Reblogged this on PATCO Blog It All… and commented:
    Sand Tides

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