My day at Island Beach was one of the best weather days in months. It was in the 40’s with plenty of sunshine, a perfect day to be on one of the nicest beaches , IMHO, in New Jersey. This beach, at the southern most part of the park, is one of several that allow vehicle access. On this morning though, not a car or person to be seen for miles.
The beach really is beautiful, no litter, super wide and surrounded by wind swept dunes (to be featured soon). I can imagine during the summer this place is packed….one reason I love to go in the off-season.
I snapped quite a few shots of this beach and picked these two due to the shape of the sun, produced I believe because of the aperture of f9.5. This Sigma 10-20mm really produces some great results within this aperture range. Both of these shots were taken at 10mm which is obviously, even with the cropped sensor, ultra-wide.