Meandering with camera…
I alone cannot change the world, but I can cast a stone across the waters to create many ripples.
― Mother Teresa
A photo to get lost in, Gunta. 🙂
Thank you, Jo, for visiting and commenting.
Oh my! You did it again! I’d love to spend a day looking through your eyes, Gus.
Funny you should mention that. It only seems to work when I have the camera handy.
What a breathtaking scene, Gunta! 🙂
Thanks, Sylvia. It is utterly wonderful to be able to visit this magical place.
Thank you for the comment! The beach truly is beautiful.
Such peace out there…captured the essence of it wonderfully.
I suspect it’s that feeling of peace and serenity that draws us to these special places.
I would agree.
Oh, those colors and reflections…a view that takes my breath away, definitely!
The beach serves to soothe my soul.
Both the quote and the photo serve as reminders of goodness in the world.
Yes, to that.
Awww, thank you Chilli. It’s been fun playing with some of these.
Breathtaking! Beautiful patterns and ripples!
Thanks, sweet soonie… My lens just seems to naturally gravitate toward this sort of pattern and light.
Nice feeling to this image, well done.
Thanks, Phil – though I’m still looking for them alligators. 😉
Wonderful sundown, you always add so much with the mirrored
shoreline, all that light doubled. And yes that cross current weave
is fascinating, something I’ve watched on Pfeiffer Beach, too.
Thanks for the sweet comment. The reflections are usually what grab my attention. Thus the light doubled effect. I’ve often wondered what causes that weave pattern in the ripples. Fascinating stuff.
Very calming shot which is now making me rather sleepy and wishful!
Now that you’ve said that, it’s making me sleepy, too. Or perhaps it was the hour spent picking more blueberries. 😉
… and eating them 😀
Nice shot! It dawned on me, your beach is so much different than a Great Lakes beach. Not only do you have rocks, but the slope of the beach that the waves break on is much less. I wonder if that’s because the waves there average higher than here. Whatever the reason, your beaches are more photogenic than ours.
Thanks, Jerry. I’m not sure what causes the difference, but the beaches here vary a whole lot from one location to the next. This particular one is rather flat with a large river nearby emptying out to sea. Then there are the spots where the cliffs are almost vertical dropping down to the water. The waves, too, vary a great deal. Some days the sea appears nearly calm, other times the waves are quite ferocious. I suspect that the varied topography and different moods of the coast are part of its fascination for me.
A lovely image Gunta – I like the patterns in the sand!
Thanks, Andrew. I’m fascinated that the ripples go in all directions.
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