I love taking pictures at beaches. At this particular beach (some of you may remember Bowman Bay) I took a few more pictures than I intended. *cough* Let’s leave it at a little over 120. And they were all amazingly gorgeous (did I mention I love my new camera?).
I had a terrible time choosing my favorites, but I managed to narrow it down to a particularly amazing 12.
So, here they are!
First, the trees:
Now, the rocks:
A little bird (forgive me. I didn’t think to include it in the post title):
And, last but definitely not least, the sailboats:
In other words, I could just be happy here forever taking awesome pictures and ogling at boats.
Hope you enjoyed!
What were your favorite pictures?
22 thoughts on “Trees, Rocks, Oceans and Sailboats”
Great pictures! Thanks for sharing! I think my favorites are the pictures with the sailboats.
Thanks! I was so happy when that boat sailed into the bay. 😉
Awesome pictures! I loved the ocean ones, the sailboats, the bird, the trees, the rocks. Okay, so maybe all of them. 🙂
Haha, thanks! Glad you liked them! 🙂
Oh my gosh! Those are alllll sooooooo Pretty!!! I need a camera…hmm I think I’ll save up for one! 😛 Keep up the pictures!
I also nominated you for the Liebster award!
Thanks! A good camera is definitely a good investment. 😉
Cool! Thank you! 😀
Oh wow, you are a lovely photographer indeed! I like too many of them, if not all. xP
Thanks! That’s the best answer to a “choose your favorite” question. 😉
That is so cool. I love the way you can just tell a story through pictures, no words. Hmm, that would make an AWESOME Nanowrimo rebel project!!!! Thirty days of drawings, no words. ^_^ And just using a random text generator to fill out desired word count. I’d have to go for 30k, because each picture is worth a thousand words ;-P
Anyway, I’m not absolutely sure that’s a swallow… Where were you, anyway? It’s gorgeous, wherever you were. 🙂
Thanks! I like it! XD shove the metaphor in their faces. “What? A picture is worth a thousand words!”
I was at Bowman Bay. It’s in Washington near Deception Pass, which is considerably more famous. We just found it by following a sign since we’d never heard of it before and it was really cool. 🙂 It has such amazing views of the sea! I’d just die if I wasn’t next to the ocean. 😛
AWESOME. 😀 I haven’t ever gotten to visit the coast that I can remember. *sigh*
Well, Seattle is really awesome if you ever come! 😀 Except for the politics… sheesh. 😛
I’ve been to Seattle. Just never the shoreline.
It’s nice, as long as you bring shoes. I read something once that said “In Washington, our beaches are made of rocks. Because sand is for sissies.” XD I was still laughing days later.
*rolls on floor laughing* I made the mistake of wearing dress shoes to the March for Life. Though that was in DC. But it was the coldest winter DC had had in a while. 😛
Yeah, I’ve gotten into the habit of wearing only my super tough ankle hiking boots anywhere. They look awesome poking out from under the edge of a skirt. XD
But, hey! Better to be prepared, right? 😉
Iris did that–until she got combat boots and then she just wore those everywhere. 😛
Yeah, my brother’s the one with combat boots in our family. Those are like the only shoes he has. They look like bucky’s boots, actually. 😉
She got them because she was in Civil Air Patrol and is going to attend the Air Force academy this fall. 😛
(Someone in the mind palace gave Steve cowboy boots. He gave them to Coulson. Coulson wears them when he’s not on duty. It’s kinda funny, but awesome, because Coulson rocks.)
Haha! XD cowboy boots are good on anyone…
I might have borrowed them once, and the Doctor’s trench coat, and pretended to be the Doctor. (He thought it was pretty funny…)
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