Jumping Waves

On Tybee Island, a barrier island near Savannah, Georgia, sunset brought the most even soft light. The beaches faces east, of course, and I knew I should visit at sunrise, but I didn’t. I went at sunset hoping there would be some clouds that would reflect the sun’s rays. No luck there, but the sky turned a pastel pink that was like the icing on a cupcake. A group of young girls came out and were having the best time jumping over the waves.

I made this image using a one second exposure that would both soften the ocean waves and capture the fun the girls were having jumping over them.

Tybee Island, Savannah, Georgia
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    • says

      Hi Steven, thank you very much for your visit and comments. I couldn’t help but watch this group of kids because they really were having a grand time. I wanted to join in. You know what, I think I am going to jump waves myself next time I’m at the beach! I remember how much fun it was as a kid, and why should the kids have all the fun? :)

    • says

      Thank you very much Chris. It is fun doing the long exposures and I just about changed my settings to photograph the kids, but then though it would good to leave the motion blur in there to capture the jumping action. Glad you liked it.

  1. C. Diane says

    too freaky cold lol at the time of the year. I wont go till next year. If it’s windy and it gets much colder. Love to photograph any places in Savannah,Ga. especially around the river street is an awesome places.

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