The Pier on Tybee Island is probably the most photographed structure on the island…just guessing. I know I have photographed in about 100 different ways, at sunrise, at sunset, under the moon and stars, and every other way I can think of. It is fun, and you can learn a lot, by going back to the same place to photograph a certain place over and over again.
This photograph was taken on one of those dreary overcast days on Tybee Island. Those days tend to be few and far between thankfully (as I write this it is December 7th and 79 degrees and sunny). When it is overcast, sometimes, you will notice that the sky and the ground and water can end up having the same exposure and tonal range. When they do, you can get images like the one below. Simply find a darker subject, frame it, and leave the shutter open for a second or two…ta-da! The best thing to do is just experiment.