Beckoning in the distance

“Never have I found the limits of the photographic potential. Every horizon, upon being reached, reveals another beckoning in the distance. Always, I am on the threshold.”

~ W. Eugene Smith

Foggy bridge

Shirah sunrise

Russell pier

Lost horizon

Empty beach

A bridge too far

I’m working on a new 365 Project, theoretically posting a new photo every day for a year. As I build that album, it’s available for viewing on my Flickr Photostream ~ check out the widget on my sidebar. I’m still going on my photo hikes and continuing to post those photos here on the weekends. There’s a whole lot of photog-ing going on in ’12.

These shots were taken in Destin and Panama City, FL.

Unknown Mami(Photos shot with a Nikon D60, using an 18-55mm, 55-200mm, 20mm f/2.8 wide-angle, 50mm f/1.8 prime lens, Nikon CoolPix S205 and/or iPhone4)

For more photos, please visit my Flickr photostream.

To see other city scenes from around the world, check out Unknown Mami’s Sundays in My City. Don’t forget to show the love to Mami and the other City contributors.

Also submitted to SkyWatch

And… eín stück hímmel

  1. Breath taking – a feast…for my eyes!



  2. The Russell Pier picture? DROOL. I think that may be one of my favorites of yours, ever. Beautiful!



  3. WOW!! What gorgeous shots!



  4. The sky in the second shot is thrilling.



  5. So wishing I was on a beach somewhere now, or even fishing off the dock behind my parents house!



  6. How, how, how do you have the time to take such gorgeous pictures and blend them with beautiful words? Looking forward to more pictures.



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