Lens Artists Photo Challenge #233 – One Lens Walk

Anne of Slow Shutter Speed has asked us to choose a lens and go for a walk.

I grabbed my camera and 18-55mm lens and went for for a walk on the nearly deserted beach at the North End of Tybee Island, Georgia. I managed to time my walk between rain showers on a dreary, overcast January Sunday afternoon.

Swim at your own risk!

The jetty is uncovered at low tide.

I spotted these shoes beside the boardwalk to the beach. I hope someone took them off to walk barefoot on the beach and picked them up on their way back.

I kept my shoes on for my walk. It was wonderful to walk on the sand and to hear the ocean waves. Any day at the beach is a good day.

Many thanks to Anne of Slow Shutter Speed for her challenge Lens-Artists Challenge #233 – One Lens Walk

18 thoughts on “Lens Artists Photo Challenge #233 – One Lens Walk

  1. “Any day on the beach is a good day” – truer words were never spoken Beth! And sometimes the clouds are our friends because it’s a wholly different experience vs a sunny day. I loved your cloudy day stroll and the features you found. The shoes were my favorite today.

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    1. Tina, in the summer lots of people leave their shoes at the end of the boardwalk and pick them up after their time at the beach. These looked like they had been dropped from the boardwalk. I couldn’t resist taking a picture of them.


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