March 30th, 2009
|02:00 pm - Six from Richmond Beach Park|
Yesterday was a very low tide, so I went to Richmond Beach Park. I think it was the low tide of the season, but have no objective evidence for that.
Last Year's Weeds
Curves and Lines
Richmond Beach Saltwater Park, Shoreline, WA
Thanks! That was the most fun. I just kept snapping away, as the water moved the refractions shifted as well. It looked like breathing.
Yes, I agree. I love that one. It's spectacularly gorgeous.
|Date:||March 30th, 2009 09:22 pm (UTC)|| |
That first one is just a stunner. I really like the last two as well, though. I love the sense of distance and space in the last one -- there's something about a cloudy sky like that that makes the sky seem huge, and endless.
I remember the first time I crossed from North Dakota to Montana. I thought, wow, it really is a big sky.
Yes, you really have something with that first one. I've never seen a photo like it before.
The others are certainly good and interesting. The first: solid win, all the way through.
I'm really drawn to the Seed Pod and the Big World. Having a person and a dog in it totally makes that photo, giving it the scale it really needs. Way cool. I especially like that it is a person and a dog, and not just one figure. And the lighting is perfect.
Thanks! There was a lot of driftwood there, all different shapes and sizes. Some that only got uncovered by the low tide.
And there were some pieces obviously assembled. But this wasn't one of them. ;>
|Date:||March 31st, 2009 05:38 am (UTC)|| |
Nice work, Luke! I especially love the refractions and seed pod!
Like everyone else, the first one is spectacular. That is a serious show stopper. The others are good, but not in the same class. Keep it up.