Photo Walk 5 – Spanish Banks, Vancouver

Thanks to my wife’s photo backup, I got these important photos back so that I can share with you all.   The following photos were taken at Spanish Banks, using a Canon EF-S 10-22 lens, with the Hoya Pro-1D Circular Polarizer attached.  The body is still the same Canon Rebel T1i.

Spanish Banks by you.

We happened to catch the low tide on the day.  It was one of the mildest days I had this summer.

Spanish Banks by you.

I forgot to take off the UV filter before putting on the Circular Polarlizer.  As you can see the corners are a bit covered and some artificial vignetting is resulted.

Spanish Banks by you.

Spanish Banks by you.

The far side in the middle of the photo is downtown Vancouver.  Will you walk there on the shallow water?

Spanish Banks by you.

The clouds moved around quite quickly, we had shadows and then sun on and on.

Spanish Banks by you.

The low tide lasted for a while, we probably spent about an hour walking out maybe 200 to 300 meters from the regular shore line.

Spanish Banks by you.

Spanish Banks by you.

Spanish Banks by you.

Hope you enjoyed these photos.

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