Guardians of the Tide
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|More from our hazy-day low-tide photo shoot at our local beach.
Uploaded: January 21, 2013
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Oooo, these really do look to be guardians and one looks to have a nicely carved top. Amazing what mother nature does. A super misty capture.
wonderful shot of low tide.
Great title. They do look like monuments left behind by some ancient people.
...then tide rushes in and washes our castles away
then I'm really not so sure...
very cool capture Tara
evoked the Moody Blues
Interesting texture on the bottom half of those piers.
Low tide indeed, eh? Beautiful against the fog, and I love your POV down there on the beach!
Oh my goodness the tide is really low isn't it. :) Amazing in great details and capture my friend. :))))) Love the sweet fog. :)))))) Thank you for sharing all of the beauty you see. :)))) Carry A Warm Smile In Your Heart :))))))
First the tide rushes in, but when? Nice shot Tara.
Really neat image..
I also like how the fog is hovering ever so close as well
and whoaa.........that tide is really low.........
Great title just suits the image.......
Kinda reminds me of Stonehenge.....
Beautiful image.........and a fav with me
10 stars for this one..**********
They could tell a few stories! The two tallest look like royalty.
Such a satisfying photo which makes me feel like a beach visit. It's been too icy to go down the zigzag.
Stunning capture Tara.
So many stories in this shot.
very impressive and beautifully captured
Zoom brings out the true beauty of this shot.
Full of atmosphere and no snow.
What a shot!
What a wonder!
Oh I love decayed pilings. They always remind me of fossils of another sort: ruins, perhaps, or...well...the bones of some interesting thing now inhabited by other interesting things. You've got my alien environment Muse all anxious to start looking around for interesting, alien cultures to spin yarns about!
Interesting looking beach Tara! Did you find anything?
Foggy shot of something that used to be... Cool one Tara!
OHH! This is awesome, Tara. A really lovely shot of the low tide and the very old poles.
I love seeing what appears at low tide. There's a wonderful walk hear here that ends at the beach. An old fence just disappears into the water as though it's still useful. Your foto has that same feeling.
Nice work, I like the slightly foggy background - adds a little mystery.
Where did the water go?
It is so familiar yet very unfamiliar without the water!
I cannot begin to describe how I miss you guys!
a spooky beauty
A motely crew we have at this beach...guarding the tide:) I love how different the same place can be with a change in weather, light and tide. I never grown tired of walking around down there. Neat composition.
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