Last weekend we went to the beach. To sum up, there were puppies, I had a cold, and it was sunny. I could have done without the sick part, but it was a good trip overall. At the end of the last day we took one of the vehicles onto the beach and drove way way down the beach. At some point my camera got accidentally set to ISO 800 which I didn't realize until just a moment before taking this shot. In retrospect, it was probably good that it was set at such a high ISO (although 400 would probably have been better) as I was using my zoom to take photos of the puppies. In case you were unaware, puppies do not know how to hold still. As a result of the accidental ISO speed, all my shots turned out sharp despite the fact I was hand holding 300mm shots of twitchy creatures.
Technical Details Aperture Value: f/10 Focal Length: 18mm Exposure Program: Aperture Priority ISO: 200 Shutter Speed Value: 1/400 sec Location: Fort Stevens State Park - Warrenton, OR