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Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Watery Wednesday / Lone Surfboard in the Tidepools

 
I hope this doesn't mean what my 1st thought was.
The day after the storm and tsunami warning from the 8.8 earthquake in Chile.
February 28, 2010
Sunset Cliffs, San Diego, California USA
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18 comments:

James said...

What a great sot. With colors and textures it reminds me of a macro photo of rust and moss.

Paula said...

I wish I was there, all bundled up. It's gorgeous.

Carol said...

That's a great shot. I hope it doesn't mean what your first thought was also.

Ebie said...

Where there a lot of star fish? I love tide pooling!

Very nice composition!

ewok1993 said...

I agree what a nicely composed image.

J Bar said...

Wonderful shot.
Sydney - City and Suburbs

Coffeeveggie addict. said...

a great shot!

Johnny Nutcase said...

hmmm...i hope so too!
it's a neat shot though..i love low tide and all the fun stuff it brings (not usually surfboards though!) great colors in there!

Guy D said...

Fantastic colours Carolyn, great pic.

All the best
Guy
Regina In Pictures

eileeninmd said...

It is a great shot, Carolyn! I lov ewalking along the beach during the low tides.

JOE TODD said...

I had forgotten water has a liquid form. LOL... Great post and thanks for the sunshine

Lorac said...

Oh my! Where is the rider? Hopefully not what you thought. The shot is really interesting. Love the green seaweed on the rocks. Colour and texture are great.

Denise said...

Well spotted Carolyn, makes for a really great photograph. I love everything about it.

nice A said...

Great composition that makes a nice entry for WW!

Randi said...

Excellent shot! After all heavy storms our beaches are covered with lots of strange things. I hope your first thought isn´t true.

Hootin' Anni said...

If you hadn't pointed that out, I would have missed the surfboard entirely.

Excellent.

My Wednesday photo is a BROWN PELICAN at the marina [I also have another photo, by link, of the same pelican that is much better...a close up on my photo blog].

COME SEE THE BIRD!

Hope your Wednesday is treating you well.

Martha Z said...

By itself it is a lovely shot. The surfboard makes it an intriguing one. Why is it there? Did someone carelessly leave it behind or did someone have it taken out from under them?

Tes said...

beautiful shot, Carolyn!