Tuesday, January 18, 2011

118 minutes on the beach

Yesterday afternoon was low tide. It was a holiday. And it was NOT raining! So everyone popped out of their burrows like prairie dogs and the beach was relatively crowded — maybe 25 people in all. Most were scrabbling through all the pebbles and rocks, looking for agates. Chris and I headed north, admiring all the strange and wonderful rock formations the low tide revealed. I purposely took just one lens — a wide-angle — to force myself to take more overviews (which is tough for me). This makes it easier for you to see my environment, which was quite striking that afternoon. ©Carol Leigh

2 comments:

fotofanjan said...

Love these 2 images.

Carol Leigh said...

Thank you, madam. And having seen the art hanging in your home, I'm not surprised! --Carol Leigh