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Saint-Malo, France, Sunset
Shot with the Olympus E-M1 Mark II along the coastline of Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts, USA.
A long exposure, landscape image of the rocks on the shores of Portknockie in Morayshire, Scotland.
The landscape here along the sea shore... of these rocks, sand, very still clear pools and low lying shrubs reminds me of a meticulously kept Japanese garden with its "Zen " atmosphere. It was an overcast days with periods of showers and sunshine. This was taken just before it rained.
Enjoy relaxation music by Secret Garden titled " Sometimes When It Rains "
Many thanks for your visit, comments, invites and favs....it is always appreciated...
Happy Peaceful Tuesday
I just loved the patterns of the fast flowing current over the landing jetty at Corran.Scotland.
Brace Yourself - Sun baked mussels being splashed by the returning tide.
Explored (April 10, 2012, #438).
My fascination of the forms created by the changing of the tides along the same beach in Southern New Jersey continues.
Had a quick trip out to catch the big waves on the coast this afternoon after work, here's one just at high tide as we were leaving of St Mary's shooting from Colywell Bay, slightly different angle to the norm but I quite like the low point of view
Great fun photographing the waves on an incoming tide at Portwrinkle beach in south east Cornwall.... this is a much quieter part of Cornwall, and well worth visiting if you are in the area. Have a great weekend all.
Another shot from Panama City Beach, FL. involving those unusual tidal pools! May God Bless you!!!
Image taken at Whipsiderry Beach near Newquay. The rock between the two headlands caught my eye as the waves ebbed and flowed up the beach.....have a great evening all.
The structure for the floating pier at Haines, Alaska, is designed to account for tidal variations of 20 or more feet.
I bring you good tidings of great joy, which shall be to all people. For unto you is born this day in the city of David a Saviour, which is Christ the Lord. (Luke 2:10-11)
Rocks on the shore at the western end of Cullen beach in Morayshire, Scotland.
Another image from my Portwrinkle Beach shoot, this photo is looking the opposite way down the beach. I love this style of photography, as it offers so much potential..... just a case of studying the wave patterns, and keep shooting in the hope that you have captured the best wave. I always experiment with shutter speeds, and found that one second gave me the desired effect. Always look forward to your feedback.....have a great day.
//I left my soul there,
Down by the sea//
Outfit sponsored by Katrin Bird(Melanzana)
Last rays of the day illuminate far peaks and tidal ice on the mud flats in upper Cook Inlet while awaiting a new tide. Thanks for looking and may your day be sunny!
Wanted to catch the rivulet of water working its way back into the sea, which I saw while walking the beach at Seaside, Oregon. The bonus was finding this great texture in the sand as well.
This was taken on Maui a few years ago. I could sit by these tidal pools for hours, they are forever changing and teeming with ocean life.
Thank you for your visits dear friends. XX
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Just another storm breaking up over the beaches of Southern Oregon.....
Camera: Canon EOS 5D Mark II
Focal Length: 17 mm
ISO Speed: 50
Exposure Bias: 0 EV
is a fort on a tidal island a few hundred metres off the walled city of Saint-Malo. Bretagne, France
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You never really know what's coming , a small wave or maybe a big one ... all You can really do is hope when it comes...
Such a brilliant feeling being able to get out again.
And yes it might only be to my local beach, in the freezing cold, wind howling and that incoming sea, casting it's spray, but the feeling was wonderful.
Hope you all like my return pic :)
The sunset disappears over land to the far right during summer months but earlier in the year you can still catch if with a fair walk out into the sea at low tide. The boats save the day as far as foreground interest is concerned. Thanks for looking :-)