Taken just after the dawn on a slightly cloudy kind of morning. I waited for the incoming tide to throw a wave over the causeway to give me a wide expansive kind of shot and my patience paid off. My camera is very low to the ground and on a tripod of course. Taken with my Sony a77 at f11 and ISO 400 for a 1/45th second exposure and a +1 exposure bias to add a bit more light to the whites. Lens is my Sony 16-50mm set at 18mm
Wild Wild West Imagine crossing that on horseback. Alone. Probably a view not uncommon to frontiersmen from a couple centuries ago. Photographed somewhere in Arizona, from atop a mountain, looking at the vast open landscape. Only about 1 million people live outside the Phoenix metro area, which is about 8 people per square mile. To put that into perspective, New York City has almost 28,000 people per square mile.