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Damon’s Point and Humarock

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A few shots from today. I went out to Damon’s Point late in the afternoon to see the seals. They were there, sunning themselves on a floating dock in the North River, but they were out pretty far. Too far for a good shot. So I aimed the camera towards Fourth Cliff. I used the big zoom on a Leica SL. Should have used a tripod but I was lazy. Earlier in the day I took a walk in Humarock and shot a cottage on Atlantic Drive. I can’t believe how these things stay up in a storm. The last photo is of beach rocks that have washed up onto the road and pushed up on the island. For these two I used the Leica M10-P with a Voigtlander 40mm f1.2.

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