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It's a hard life

Posted by
Margie (Auckland, New Zealand) on 2 January 2009 in Landscape & Rural and Portfolio.

January 1, 2009 - flat out at the beach.
Taken at Mangawhai, Northland

NIKON D80 1/4000 second F/5.0 ISO 500 30 mm (35mm equiv.)

Any hints, tips, constructive criticism or comments are welcome and appreciated.

Observing from West Cheshire, United Kingdom

Unbelievable..... it looks lovely, and here in the UK it is freezing cold, and gray. Enjoy it while you can, we want the sun back :-//

Thanks for the well wishes, you too Margie.

2 Jan 2009 6:41am

@Observing: You can have it back in 4-5 months or thereabouts, ok?
:)

mat from brest, France

cool shot, welcome on aminus and happy new year

2 Jan 2009 10:16am

@mat: Thanks for the comment and visit, Mat. Happy New Year to you too.

Florence from France

While you're sunbathing, I'm under the snow in Paris ! You know what Margie : I'm utterly jealous ! ;-)

2 Jan 2009 10:31am

@Florence: Yes, it was kind of mean of me to post that. :)

MadScientist from Düsseldorf, Germany

I see, it's almost unbearable! ;-) Happy New Year, Margie!

2 Jan 2009 11:06am

@MadScientist: Sorry MS! : )

Calusarus from St Sorlin en Valloire, France

What an uneasy job ! :-)

2 Jan 2009 5:42pm

@Calusarus: It's awful but someone has to do it.
:)

Luis A. De Jesus R. from Mexico City, Mexico

You people have a little bit of everything in your land. The beaches are just as impressive as the snow-covered mountains and green forests of New Zealand. What a way to spend the new year.

Great photo, by the way.

2 Jan 2009 11:48pm

@Luis A. De Jesus R.: Well I am slightly (?!) prejudiced but I think we are a bit spoilt here. :)
It was a magical day, just perfect. Thanks for your comment!

Kathryn from Warburton, Australia

haha. another very professional looking shot because of the colours and composition i think - it could be in a travel broshure!

14 Jan 2009 9:12pm

NIKON D80
1/4000 second
F/5.0
ISO 500
30 mm (35mm equiv.)