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A day at the beach: Old Master

Walking on the beach
see the wind break the waves
old master

An autumn walk on the beach of Schiermonnikoog, one of the Wadden Islands on the north coast of the Netherlands. The weather is stormy, the waves break with large foam heads. Then the sails of an old sailing ship appear on the horizon.

I like this photo very much, partly because it was the first photo in which I discovered that I can achieve an impressionistic style without having to edit or manipulate the photo afterwards.

‘Old Master’ is a photo in the series ‘A day at the beach’, part of the gallery ‘Eternal sea‘.

Old Master - Impressionistic fine art seascape photography by Jacob Berghoef

Click on the image to see the series

 

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