Car stuck in the surf

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    This car was earlier seen splashing through the surf. It appears that the Surf won this battle, at least temporarily. Truly, tide and time waits for no man. Taken at Oceano Beach, California.

    mikebaird, ddock154, deloro, and 19 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. maia bird 117 months ago | reply

      Oh, my. Hindsight is 20/20 I guess.

    2. puliarf 117 months ago | reply

      There sometimes IS justice. Maybe some fine day we will be rid of the barbaric practice of vehicles on our precious beaches. There is a cult group of folks that will time high tide coming in and the end of the day just to go to Oceano beach and watch the over-testosterone charged dudes get their cars, trucks and SUVs stuck in the surf as the tide comes in.

    3. mikebaird 117 months ago | reply

      Is that the vehicle that was spinning sand in our face earlier when we were trying to lead some nature visitors on a docent-led dune walk? Ah shucks!

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      Seen in photomorrobay (?)

    4. Steve Corey 117 months ago | reply

      Great catch Alan. This guy has no idea how much damage he has caused. (and a new car at that)

    5. damaging minute [deleted] 117 months ago | reply

      This is priceless. I wonder what they are going to tell the insurance company.

    6. emdot 117 months ago | reply

      oh. what a bummer!

    7. flythebirdpath > > > 117 months ago | reply

      Terrific catch, Alan.

    8. jillnjer 117 months ago | reply

      it is probably a rental.

    9. waiting giraffe [deleted] 117 months ago | reply

      Good catch Alan, this is not the first and surely will not be the last as many first time beach goers think they are smarter or just under estimate the sand and surf.

    10. light interest [deleted] 115 months ago | reply

      Brilliant...

    11. Keysgoclick 115 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Cars Out of Context, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    12. john durrant 106 months ago | reply

      A heartwarming sight indeed.

    13. N_C_G 104 months ago | reply

      great capture, just glad it wasn't your car

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      Seen in your Miscellaneous set. (?)

    14. iamchrisjett 104 months ago | reply

      HAHAHAHAHA.... Fool.

    15. Look In The Tunk 102 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called We love Malingering!, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

      whyy would someone take a crappy dodge charger out driving around on a beach?!

    16. draumie 101 months ago | reply

      Hello <3
      Thank you so much for making this picture Creative Commons, it has give me very much inspiration!
      I have used this here: mary-cherry-me.deviantart.com/art/20-04-Escape-from-fairy... , in a fantasy photo-manipulation.
      I gave you proper credit, of course.
      Thank you so much again!

    17. Neotravel 100 months ago | reply

      Hi,
      We've added this great photo to our San Diego travel deals page at www.neotravel.com/deals/c1/san-diego-travel-deals.php.

      Thanks for sharing your work!

    18. randomwriter 95 months ago | reply

      Hi

      Brilliant photo! That happens a lot round my way :)

      I've used it to illustrate the local tide times on my site: Newquay Tide Times

      I've put a full backlink in there too.

      Thanks for sharing!

      Regards

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