I noticed this guy photographing the girl and having her pose, throw sand etc and I thought how they both probably feel they are the only people on the beach (there were many). I was reading Edward Weston's Daybooks at the time and you get the feeling that the attention a photographer gives to the model is very sexual.
A continuation from yesterday's post about my "exposed" photos. In general I take them as environmental portraits but that the person is only part of the environment accidentally. I loved the color of the women's hat in the first photo. I like the second photo but it does not really fit as well in my interpretation of "exposed" - maybe it would have if he was a few feet to the right?
Continuing the Florida series - On the way back to my nephew's I asked to be dropped off early - so that I could walk the rest of the way home and take photos of the typical business architecture of the area. The buildings there were not yet franchises and therefore retained some character. I liked this one of a garage.