The Land-Water Interface Where Maine meets the Atlantic on a foggy late September day Transition Share this:PrintTumblrPinterestMoreFacebookTwitterLinkedInLike this:Like Loading... Related
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I loved the power of the ocean in this photo.
Thank you. It is awestriking isn’t it.
Yes, it is awestriking! Have a great day.
Beautiful capture, Tish. It captures how I feel when I watch water and land meet – butt heads.
Thank you, Pat. There’s always such a fierce sense of energy when one meets the other.
The power of the Atlantic ocean is phenomenal. Ladies Prism is coming soon to romance the world. Stay tuned. Scotian Breeze is the movement, and Treasure Words, Stack Figures is the company.
This is one of the best photos I’ve ever seen…..
Gosh, you are very kind to say so 🙂
Stunning Tish, did you add a colour cast or is this as it was?
I just deepened the shadows when cropping and it came out this colour. It was a very strange fog.
This is a great capture! Perfect for the wpc and I like what one of the trades wrote about the power felt -😊
Hello, Yvette. Hope you are well.
Hey Tish – thx and just enjoying the move into December (where did the year go) –
Indeed. There it was gone!
This is exquisite, Tish. 🙂 Making a shape of a hug. I have thought of transition too for one of the future challenges, and I will still do it despite of wordpress featuring it already.
Glad you like this, Paula. And yes ‘transition’ is certainly one of those concepts that can be re-run. There are so many possible interpretations. So go for it in a future challenge! It will appeal to all your followers.
It is getting really hard to come up with themes (even though I am a big fan of using synonyms for something that was already on) especially when I do two challenges a week. I really look forward to catching up with you … I know I will never get through the backlog of three months, so I might do what I consider a big no-no and leave you an occasional “like” without saying anything 😀
Such a beautiful capture, Tish.
Oh, I do like to be beside the sea side, oh I do like to be beside the sea …..!
Not one for paddling in though…and no room there for a bucket and spade – too many big rocks. Exciting though.
I love this image. Having spent much time in Maine, and specifically on the Island of Isle-au-Haut I remember so well ocean sprays like this. Thank you, Janet:)