At 40 MPH

I was a reading a quote from a famous photographer who said that the most beautiful photographs he has taken cannot be printed or shared on a computer screen but are embedded in is brain. There are some moments that cannot be captured by the camera although we try our best. I got myself into a similar situation this past Friday. I had just finished my last office call for the day and it was almost 5 pm. I looked out my patio and saw and approaching storm, the winds were high and the clouds were getting darker. First I thought its too late to go anywhere, but then I Google-d for the Sunset time and I had about 45 min and the beach was just 30 min away. I just picked up my camera ran to my car and drove to Sandy Hook Bay.
Video below will show you the situation I got myself into πŸ™‚

Winds were at 40 miles per hour, and the sun was setting and a heavy storm was approaching. I was worried about my Camera because of all the sand blowing. By the end of it the camera was fine but I was covered all over with sand πŸ™‚ . But it was definitely worth it. It was beautiful.

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I am not sure if these photos do justice to what I saw and experienced there.. you had to be there to believe it ..

4 Comments on “At 40 MPH

  1. Stunning photographs! As someone who certainly was not there I can at least feel the approaching storm by viewing these photos. I think they came out great. Thanks for sharing,
    – Nate

    • thanks πŸ™‚ ..
      I guess that makes the photograph more interesting.. πŸ™‚

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