Jack of All Tides

Jack Of All Tides

Jack Of All Tides – Beach at Palos Verdes Peninsula, California, USA

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A 15-20 minute hike down the beach from the parking lot produced this corroded jack standing straight up, entangled in wire, 15 feet from the breakers with no footprints around it. Go figure. Being a somewhat peculiar individual, this made the walk along the bottom of the Palos Verdes cliffs worthwhile. I was  looking for tide pools, but a Jack of All Tides was even better.

Copyright 2014 O. Bisogno Scotti,  All Rights Reserved.

Nikon D200 DSLR, AF-S DX Zoom-Nikkor 17-55mm f/2.8G IF-ED focal length in 35mm: 82mm, exposure: f/8.0, 1/160 sec., ISO 100, exposure index: +0.33, exposure mode: Aperture Priority, focus mode: manual, M-up mode, Manfrotto 3221 tripodManfrotto 3047 studio head,  Nikon MC-20 remote cable release, capture: 14-bit RAW-NEF, white balance: Auto, capture date and time: 2/04/2007, 1:21 pm, handheld


18 thoughts on “Jack of All Tides

  1. mathew992. Thanks for liking “Jack of All Tides”. I sat on this one for awhile as I usually do until I know the answer to what it is and why I captured it. Once I know that, I am ready to show it to the world and find out if they see the same thing I do.


  2. Nature’s Child. I’m glad you liked “Jack of All Tides”.

    I know you search for little tidbits of information so here’s a hint: If you check my equipment list above, you will see this image was captured with a lens never before mentioned on Blog-Bisogno.com.


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