The work of Henri Cartier-Bresson and Ansel Adams never fails to inspire me to reach higher and try harder with my photography. Bresson with his wonderful urban European shots of people going about their day and Adams with his fabulous captures of nature. I do not compare myself to these two geniuses in anyway, but wish to share my latest black and white photo that was inspired by the work of these two icons in photography.
This black and white photograph was taken at Second Beach in Olympic National Park, WA, USA. On this warm "end of summer" day, the surf was rough and the breakers coming in were crashing against the rocky shoreline.
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