Captiva Island, Florida, USA, is one of the most picturesque and pristine beaches in Florida. Daily, with the tides, sea shells wash up in droves, revealing the rich and diverse ecosystem that thrives just off shore.
I’m particularly fond of how the sky came out in black and white film on this shot. The clouds were lit by a rising sun in the east (left of this view).
1974 Konika Autoreflex T3 (SI) 35mm
1979 Konica Hexanon 40mm f/1.8 pancake lens
Kodak Professional BW400CN film
Digitized using a Noritsu Koki professional hi-res scanner at 30MP.