Photographer's Note

I need a break from a hard working weekend, so here it goes what is probably the last post related with the hurricane Dean. It shows the beach in the morning after the storm.

Half the straw umbrellas had been taken away by the sea, half of those that resisted were down and/or severely damaged and the width of the beach between the shoreline and those coconut trees had shrunk to half of what it used to be. Weather was still stormy, but the sea was much more calm (in the afternoon of the day before I would be swept by the waves if I was in the point where I shoot). Don't feel sorry for our holidays: we passed another pleasant day in the swimming pool , the next day we went to Santo Domingo again in the morning and in the afternoon the beach was opened already.

The light and colours may not be that pretty, but I think they are reasonably realistic.

I posted a WS with the POV shifted 180 deg.

Location (latitude, longitude): 18.4472,-69.6058

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