"Summers at Makamah Beach"
Ever since I was little I spent my summers at Northport, New York. I stayed in my Grandma's beach house on Makamah Beach Road. Makamah was on the Sound (on the north shore), which brought very little waves but, thats what made is special. It was calm and peaceful. Spending most of my time outside during the day fishing, boating and relaxing in the sun and when the day ended the stunning sunsets would turn the beach golden. My family and I spent magical summers there -- the best summers and by far the best times of my otherwise entirely citified, concrete childhood. Stayed in a very a very simple house that was directly on the beach. The house was mostly all windows with a minimal kitchen and a few sleeping rooms. It seemed like a great distance to the nearest neighboring beach house, but, in retrospect, it was probably no more than 100 feet apart. Makamah Beach offered not only beauty and variety but also the possibility of different kind of life.
Shot on a canon 5dmkiii in RAW