I can’t seem to get enough of these boardwalks that lead down to the beach. While they are all typically made from wood or composite, that’s where the similarities among them ends. Each has its own personality in either its age, color, its chosen path to the beach, etc. It seems that no two are actually alike, and that means plenty of great photo opportunities like this one. For this shot, the colors were a little flat and muted, so I decided to process it in black and white. I think I like this version better than the color one as the focus is now only about tones, textures and lines.
Camera settings: ISO 200, f/13, 24 mm, 3 brackets tonemapped in Photomatix and processed in PhotoTools 2.6 and LR 3.