So serene and poetic...wow
Always fascinates me watching the tide come in
Are those lumpy things in images 1 and 3 remnants of pier pilings? The pier must have been really long, because the tidal area looks pretty shallow.
I want to be there listening to birds and incoming tide! Thank you for the moments of peace captured in each of those photos.
Optimistic Existentialist-- Ah, I'm always looking for serene and poetic. Thank you!Bill-- I should have gone with my instincts and photographed the old pier an hour later, under water!Sharon-- The way the fog rose up off the muddy flats of the bay really caught my attention.Scott-- Yes! Good eye. The bay is incredibly muddy and shallow. So yes, it was really really long.CCorax-- It is quite a place to visit. We love walking there any season, any time of the day. Always peaceful and beautiful, well except for that one day when there were duck hunters shooting from a boat in the bay. JERKS.
I'll bet there are all sorts of creatures in those tide pools. What a peaceful scene. I relaxed just looking at the pictures.
The beauty of the world continues to have sustaining power. Love these photos, especially because I have been there to see that beauty in person and can feel and hear the experience just by looking at your photos.
Arkansas Patti-- When the tide is out, we see all those little crabs scurrying about. Thousands of them. When the tide comes in so do the fishes, the birds that feed on them, and the river otters who feed on just about anything. Glad you liked the scene.am-- The fog was rising and blowing from the surface of the bay. It was so still and beautiful and warm. By the time we completed our walk, the water was in and foggy mist was gone. Glad you liked these photos.
These photos make me want to be there SO MUCH!! Nicely done, Robin.
Tara-- It's been so beautiful here these past few days. Sunny and warm after the fog has moved off coast. You would love it!
Gorgeous scenery and gorgeous photos of it!I REALLY need to get back up there.