Today's photo is one of the last shots that I took on our vacation, it is a shot of Daytona Beach, but quite a bit south of the "beachfront" located in the city. We drove for about 20 minutes to a spot to the south to find somewhere that was inundated with people, fortunately this spot ended up being perfect. I set the tripod up very low to the ground to take this shot from through the seagrass. I am really happy with how this shot came out even though it is a "psuedo" HDR, as it is generated entirely from one RAW image (the grass blew way to much to try to get a good handle on de-ghosting so I just did it from one shot).
Daytona Beach beach
Canon 60D, on tripod, 1 RAW shot (-2, 0, and +2 through DPP) EF 17-40mm f/4L (@32mm), Aperature f/8
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