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  1. From the album: ericpaulweissman.com

    Life passes along the beach as waves pass onto the beach. It is as if the ocean is only really sensible when people walk its edge. Sony A7II Fe 24-70 wide open in Sunset mode.

    © ericpaulweissman.com aka Eric Paul Weissman, Toronto Canada

  2. From the album: ericpaulweissman.com

    Shot in sunset mode on Sony A7II with FE 24-70 lens. Cropped but that is all. It is one of my favourite places for shooting into the sunset...

    © ericpaulweissman.com aka Eric Paul Weissman, Toronto Canada

  3. From the album: New England

    Had alittle time one evening and headed down to the Seabrook dunes. There are many paths through the grass covered dunes. https://www.flickr.com/photos/seacoastnh/26694168260/in/datetaken-public/

    © TDG

  4. From the album: A world through Sony

    © Alex Chubic

  5. From the album: Desert Survivor

    This is the story of a lone female survivor of a vehicle accident. Was it a car, a plane, a busload of screaming orphans, who knows? But she is alive and looking good. This was shot on my A6000 with 10-18mm lens. It took a while to clear the windblown sand from the camera afterwards, but it was worth it. My website: //markeilbeck.com My instagram: //www.instagram.com/mark_eilbeck/ Thanks for checking it out.

    © Mark Eilbeck at http://markeilbeck.com

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