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Friday, September 30, 2011

weekend reflection: Pt Chevalier Beach



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We moved to this suburb, and the beach is 5 minutes away. The water is still very cold. It was low tide when we went, and you could walk 50 meters out to sea. I snapped the reflection of the lone person braving the cold.

23 comments:

George said...

This is a wonderful picture. It does a great job of conveying the idea of loneliness.

Ginny said...

This is a good picture with the reflection. Rather sad, the person is alone.

DawnTreader said...

Looks like a long and lonely walk indeed :)

'Tsuki said...

Loneliness... Nice picture.

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

The lone walker looks like she's out in the middle of a vast wasteland, with no one else to be seen for miles.

LOVE THAT REFLECTION!

Tell reflections that you love them,
Spurn reflections, if you dare.
Keep reflections out of darkness,
Keep them in the sun’s harsh glare!


© 2011 by Magical Mystical Teacher

Reflection in Wayside Pool

Carver said...

Lovely scene. Happy weekend.

Magia da Inês said...

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Amiga,
Às vezes é necessário ficar só para refletir...
Bom fim de semana!
Beijinhos.
Brasilº° ✿
✿♥ °

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Kay L. Davies said...

The beach is five minutes away? How absolutely wonderful.
Low tides like this are quite common in my home town of White Rock, British Columbia, so I love your photo, Ann, it's perfect.

Kay, Alberta, Canada
An Unfittie’s Guide to Adventurous Travel

One said...

I like your pic. Nice backside. Just kidding. Not kidding on the first sentence though. Like that dreamy, peaceful look.

Btw a wasp moth is a moth. It doesn't sting. A real wasp dropped on my knee yesterday because I was in the bushes. I moved my knee closer to a leaf and the wasp moved on. I don't think they enjoy stinging.

James said...

Great shot!

lina@home sweet home said...

Lovely capture, Ann

magiceye said...

lovely capture!

Seraphina´s Phantasie said...

This is a wonderful photo. A great image... Have a nice Sunday.

Sandra said...

I like this because of the foot prints in the sand behind her. great shot

Ebie said...

How lucky! I'd be taking pictures of sunrise and sunset almost everyday!

Al said...

That's a great shot, but it certainly looks cold! I'd love to spend some time on a beach again.

My stepdaughter played rugby in college (in Boulder, Colorado), so I've seen a few games!

Scriptor Senex said...

Love it. There's something about people walking alone on beaches that is really wonderful.

Life Ramblings said...

very lonely but i like the simplicity of this photo.

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Hi Ann, How are you? Love that photo --since I love the beach.. We hope to go to the beach for a few days in December. We always go in May--but there's also something special about going there when it's colder.
Hugs,
Betsy

EG Wow said...

Lovely image, Ann!

Rajesh said...

Very nice reflection.

Halcyon said...

Really beautiful! Lots of "reflecting" going on here.

Sandra said...

the dogs are just playing, the reason it looks like that is the camera freezes a moment in time, like when we see a photo of a person on TV and or in the paper and their mouth is frozen open. they are moving so fast the naked eye can't see the mouth open