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Posted by Teresa Hanafin  August 4, 2008 12:44 PM

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OK, time to fire up more photos sent in by the Cape Cod Art Association Camera Club to help kick off the site and inspire other amateur photographers to enter our monthly contest. Remember, the theme for August is "At the beach".

Maureen "Reenie" Dwyer of Barnstable not only has a good eye when it comes to taking pictures; she also has a droll sense of humor when it comes to captioning. Here are three photos she graciously sent us, all taken with her Nikon D80:

"All we need now is a little wind" by Maureen Dwyer

Maureen captured this lovely silhouette of a dad teaching his son to windsurf at dusk at Paine's Creek in Brewster. On this day her settings were f/8, 1/1000, with a zoom lens at 112mm.

"Follow me to a great catch" by Maureen Dwyer

This photo of twins exploring the shoreline at Millway Beach in Barnstable was shot at f/4.4, 1/200, 38mm.

"We have the rest of our lives to talk" by Maureen Dwyer

Getting married on the beach is popular among young couples, and Maureen caught this happy couple as they were leaving the beach after their wedding ceremony at Ocean's Edge Resort in Brewster. (Notice the barefoot bride.)

Maureen's camera settings were f/8, 1/200, 31mm.

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