I’ll admit, I have a love affair with the dunes. On our recent tour, we took the group out twice. A few of us found this particular scene and knew it would be a winner. (click to enlarge)
If you’re interested in this type of dune photography, I would suggest you bring a long lens. For this I used my Nikon 70-200 and 1.7x teleconverter. Next time, I hope to have the new Fuji super zoom which will give me even more reach. If you have a 100-400 or something similar, that would be a great choice.
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That is really fantastic. I think you could have taken us out there every morning and it would have been different every day. What a fantastic place it was to make photos!
We did consider a third run to the dunes. 🙂 I could go out morning and evening every day.
The best ever!
Why thank you Lea!
I love dunes also. Can never tire of them. It’s amazing how rhe landscape keeps changing with the light and shadows.
It was a truly awesome trip!!!
And we loved having you along Carla!
Hey John, great shot. I’m with you regarding the dunes. Big fan. On my last visit, I used a 2x TC on my 70-200 and still wanted more. I thought it would be cool to try a 600, but then I’d need to go with you so you can carry it. 🙂 Keep up the great work!
Stunning image John. Love it.
John, That has to be one of the best dunes images ever. Wow!
Kind of how I’m feeling about it Dennis! 🙂
My jaw dropped, my eyes got really, really big, and a big “No WAY!” exploded out of my mouth! I’m gobsmacked, John. Seriously sensational!
Thank you Louise. 🙂
Outstanding! Wish I had been able to go on this one!
Beautiful image John, but does Cathy know about the love affair?
Ummmm…. no John and you’re not gonna tell her either! 🙂