LBI Sea Rock Photography

As promised, the pictures shown below were taken at Long Beach Island (LBI), NJ. I posted the colored pictures in the previous post. Our loyal ATF follower Vondie Mercado, from the Strawberry Festival post, suggested I should try play around with black and white photography. These rocks were better than those alongside the lighthouse because you can see the algae on top with sea shells at the bottom brim. The previous post illustrates a better image of oyster and clam shells.

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Let me know your thoughts on this post. This is my first time with B&W photography and I appreciate your feedback as always 🙂

Answer: The crustacean from the previous post is called a sand dweller.

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