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No matter bad or worse during last week, leave it behind and toward to the better days! Have a wonderful weekend my good friends!
Another trip to the South Hams area. After a pleasant few hours walking up on Dartmoor i came back to Ayrmer Cove for the last hour or so before sundown.
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The tide was rising fast - I was really up against it getting this 300sec exposure without the tripod moving in the flow.
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Evening on a beach at Villerville, The Department of Calvados, near Le Havre, Normandy, France.
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I visited Bosham on a very warm day, the tide was very high so the tidal road was covered by the water.
Low tide at Sandbanks, it really was a beautiful sunset. I`d forgotten just how quickly the tide comes in though... I was so engrossed in taking shots of the sun setting that I didn`t hear my dad shouting at me to watch the water. Very wet shoes!
The Sun was setting and decided to take a long exposure shot while the tide was moving in. I loved the softness of the water moving in between the green algae covered rocks. It was a fun day in La Jolla.
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Vacationland is the nickname for Maine. And it does make sense since it has so many places you can go for either fall, winter or summer vacations. Coastal Maine is very busy during the summer and Old Orchard beach is probably its busiest beach. There is a large pier located centrally at the beach and that's where I took this picture from. I really liked how people were walking on the expanded, due to low tide, beach and their reflections on the wet surface.
Vacationland (χωρα των διακοπών) ειναι το προσωνυμιο του Maine (πολιτεία των ΗΠΑ). Και κατά καποιο τροπο ειναι λογικο αφου το Maine εχει τοσα μερη για διακοπες ειτε ειναι καλοκαιρινες, ειτε χειμερινες ειτε φθινοπωρινες. Το παραλιακο Maine ειναι πολυσύχναστο τους μηνες του καλοκαιριου με την παραλια Old orchard να ειναι η πιο πολυπληθης. Στο κεντρο της παραλιας υπαρχει μια μεγάλη μαρινα με πολλα μαγαζια. Απο εκει πηρα αυτη τη φωτογραφία. Μου αρεσε πολυ οπως εβλεπα απο ψηλα τους ανθρωπους να περπατάνε πανω στην παραλια που ειχε γινει σαφως μεγαλυτερη λογω της αμπωτης. Ηταν ωραιο οπως φαινονταν σαν σκιες με τις ανακλασεις τους πανω στην υγρη επιφανεια.
Thievery Corporation - Sweet tides
The Oregon coastline reminds me quite a bit of the Northern California area especially in Monterey. It's rugged beauty can't be denied in my opinion. Just steps away from Haystack Rock looking towards to the South of Cannon Beach is this small rock that finds itself perched on the beach. Surrounding the rock is a pool of ocean water which was about knee deep or maybe a little more. The ripples from the wind on the water gave it just a little more depth when I was capturing it. Three images merged together in photomatix pro to bring out the colors in the tide pool.
Cannon Beach, Oregon.
Another Jetty sunset shot.
Just managed to keep my feet dry for this shot.
.. photographed on the southern end of the Delmarva Peninsula.
In the Minas Basin the Bay of Fundy tides can lift these boats as much as 20 feet along this wharf in Pereau, and when tide is all the way out they sit in the mud. Looks like these fellows need some repairs over the winter.
The tide is just on the turn & what lies beneath starts to rise....Taken at 14:30 pm with 'Big Stopper & Little Stopper (8 mins Exp).... Best viewed Full Screen.....
That slightly alarming moment when the legs of your tripod and your feet get wet, even though the previous wave was 20 yards down the beach :)
This is another image from the historic fishing village of Polperro.
My postings have no semblance this week which is pretty much a protest to how I feel about losing long time contacts to the new flickr!!!
HAVE A FABULOUS weekend :-)x