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Polar Plunge

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New Year's Day, Huntington Beach While these folks aren't jumping into freezing water, it sure wasn't a sweet summer swim!! My sister and I thought about doing our own polar plunge in her pool, but we chickened out!!!

Comments (10)



4:49AM | Mon, 01 January 2018

Hundreds did this in my home town too, and it was cold! I wasn't among them.....



10:10AM | Mon, 01 January 2018

Cool shot. You won't find me doing this ever - while I don't technically suffer from cryophobia (fear of cold), I do suffer from cold extremities (fingers & toes) & avoid exposure to cold at all costs (though I enjoy snow when properly bundled up). Happy New Year to you!



4:04PM | Mon, 01 January 2018

Wise choice - take the photos of OTHERS jumping into the cold water. I heard on the news this morning several places in the eastern US had cancelled their Polar Bear Plunges because it was too cold.



4:13PM | Mon, 01 January 2018

Better them than me. Terrific water texture in this overhead shot, Marilyn.



4:59PM | Mon, 01 January 2018

only way I'll do a polar plunge is into a steaming hot tub.



5:54PM | Mon, 01 January 2018




12:28AM | Wed, 03 January 2018

Brave people! Here by me it's summer but the sea water is so cold that anyone that swims in it is equally brave.



11:46PM | Wed, 03 January 2018

Happy New Year! Aloha



1:03AM | Thu, 04 January 2018

Polar Plunge? I would have when I was younger. Now though? NOPE! NOPE! NOPE! NOPE! NOPE! NOPE! NOPE! NOPE! NOPE! NOPE! NOPE! NOPE! NOPE! NOPE! NOPE! NOPE!



5:29AM | Fri, 05 January 2018

(well I posted a fall scene for my NYear's image, so you can certainly post a beach scene!) This does look cold! From the positions of the bathers, and your hue-highlights. It's also a very fine action shot of people in water, you instinctively caught their plunging forward motion, how 'in sync' they are, and the general disturbance of the water. Water is so natural to you, I don't know if there's a subject you can't tackle with utter ease. Beautifully done, Marilyn. And I love Andrew's NOPE NOPE NOPE reply. I'll second that. Of course we had minus 30 windchills, so I REALLY wouldn't go in the water now! If I could even break through the ice...

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