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Cabana in Many Faces[1] Photographer: David Behar (America)
Description Cabanas lining up beaches and poolsides are among the quintessential images of a relaxing summer escape. Los Angeles-based art director and photographer David Behar fixed his eyes and focused his lens on the cabanas lining Florida’s Miami Beach, transforming them into yet another interesting visual study and presenting them in a perspective most of us probably never thought about.

The snaps may look pretty straightforward at first glance, but David Behar’s Cabana series is actually a nice mix of architectural photography, street photography, travel photography, and even color studies. These structures are common sights in beaches and resort towns around the world and we may not give them much thought.

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EXIF Date Time: 2018:03:17 08:37:57
Camera: PENTAX K-1
Aperture F Number: f/16.0
Exposure Time: 1/200s
Focal Length: 35mm
ISO: 200