I concluded yesterday my weeklong portrait orientation photography. Now back to landscape normal shooting, however, I do have gain more appreciation of using the portrait view, as you will see in today’s set as well. I spend this morning down at the Regional Shoreline Park to take some photos of the bridge and fishing pier. My attempt was to catch the lines of those two subjects. The last photo was taken with my 37–300mm zoom lens to catch a bird I noticed relaxing under the bridge.
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