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December 3rd, 2010

Get Your Feet Wet!

Posted By Ian Plant
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For some reason, people are squeamish about getting their feet wet. There seems to be a natural biological imperative that screams “stay high and dry” whenever one gets close to water. Maybe people just don’t like the feel of cold water on their toes. Or maybe they’re afraid of whatever squishy creepy-crawly things that might be lurking in …
 
October 26th, 2010

The Lonely Shore

Posted By Ian Plant
"The Lonely Shore" - Outer Banks, North Carolina
The great barrier islands of the Atlantic coast, which stretch from Cape Cod south to Florida, present many opportunities to outdoor photographers. A barrier island is essentially a long, thin stretch of sand that forms roughly parallel to the mainland coast. Barrier islands are dynamic and constantly shifting and moving as a result of wind, waves, storms, tides, and changing sea levels. Although …