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Everyone has a blog now and since I am no follower of trends, I decided to merge the blog with the website. And I don't want to neglect the website in favor of posting on the blog.

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Pacifica by Moonlight:

It is very rare to have a clear night in Pacifica with a full moon. On those nights, the full moon can lighten the waves to a sparkle, but it works best when there have been a few days of calm. What happens is seafoam stays on the water longer. This provides a nice reflective surface.

Pacifica by Moonlight

This image was taken with my Nikon 995 Coolpix. The ISO setting was set at 400 and the shutter open to 8 seconds. PhotoShop and Neat Image provided the processing and cleanup.


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