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Singing Beach and Eagle Head, Manchester

Warm October light enriched the colors and made lengthened the shadows on the beach. The setting sun revealed the moon and a star. This transparency was shot on a tripod with Fuji Velvia film with a Pentax 6x7 (cm) camera. The wide angle 55mm lens accentuated the blue sky. Except for adding my watermark (©Fredrik D. Bodin), no filters or digital manipulation were used.

Warm October light enriched the colors and made lengthened the shadows on the beach. The setting sun revealed the moon and a star.
This transparency was shot on a tripod with Fuji Velvia film with a Pentax 6×7 (cm) camera. The wide angle 55mm lens accentuated the blue sky. Except for adding my watermark (©Fredrik D. Bodin), no filters or digital manipulation were used.

Sunset By The Sea – In Manchester

While Singing Beach showed an almost pastel, soft set of colors with a little fog blowing in, the Harbor was sharp and bright! Always interesting how different things can look within a half mile!

Singing Beach Beat Up From Recent Storms- Photos From Allison Sigrist

singing beach erosion

 

Hi Joey,

Here are some storm damage photos from Singing Beach, if you’d like to post them. Several feet of sand just left, and lots of rocks exposed. You can see just how much, since the recreation area line is now way above ground level. The beach was literally flattened by the storms.

-Allison Sigrist

Eagle Head from Singing Beach From Jim (Penn State guy) Diedrich Updated With 1880 Photo From Fred (Syracuse guy) Bodin

Joey,

Eagle Head from Singing Beach on a beautiful Sunday afternoon.  Sony Alpha 55 using a 35 mm lens w/ UV filter.

Jim (Penn State guy) Diedrich

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and this from from Fred (Syracuse guy) Bodin-

Eagle Head Manchester circa 1880

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