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photoblog image Beach Dreams

Beach Dreams

Being a good example;

Patiently isolating

 

Do I have any choice with that giant footprint

and pair of beady eyes?

 

photoblog image IMG_7070.JPG

 

 

Beach Dreams

Being a good example;

Patiently isolating

 

Do I have any choice with that giant footprint

and pair of beady eyes?

 

photoblog image IMG_7070.JPG

 

 

comments (10)

Good for you, Care! I like the beady eyed monster... and your shadows! HI!
I love that song. I hope you found your way home...
Care MacADNski: I am home but looking up the tide tables for Sunday. I WILL get to a beach somehow.
  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 9 Apr 2020, 04:41
Booth good, but I like the bottom shot best, Care. You would bet a nice massage from laying on your back there and wriggling...
Care MacADNski: I must say I have laid on this beach and wriggled many times. Good for the feet too.
  • Chris
  • England
  • 9 Apr 2020, 05:46
The rock looks like a monster's head
Care MacADNski: It is such a strange rock, covered in barnacles and visited by an oyster eater snail.
  • Alan
  • United Kingdom
  • 9 Apr 2020, 07:35
I like the shadows in these two. This weekend will test people's resolve to stay isolated; many people will be out, I fear.
Care MacADNski: I am getting to the beach on Sunday come he11 or high water. I have many private spots where you don't see people even in summer.
The top picture looks like the head of a shark!
Care MacADNski: Or a singray that has lost it's stinger. smile
  • Chad
  • Somewhere in deep space
  • 9 Apr 2020, 08:35
That does look weird but an enjoyable photograph. I notice that their are no cases of covid19 in Antarctica.
Care MacADNski: I am hoping for our small island to be that way eventually. Then we will let No One in..... smile
I wonder what it was?
Care MacADNski: Just a rock in the water. Here the tide is out. The rock has been visited by an oyster eater, a kind of snail that creates holes in shells and rocks. It is covered with small white barnacles, the most common type here. you can see them even in the second photo, standing out on the red rocks.

Actually, I think I see two oyster eaters drilling holes on the corners of the 'footprint' on the top photo.
It does look like some sort of fossilised creature. I envy you being able to get to a beach in these difficult times, be careful though if a lot of people are about.
Care MacADNski: There is no one else that Uses my beach except for one other family. We will say hello at a proper distance. I usually see one th their family once every couple of years there.
  • Bonnie
  • United States
  • 9 Apr 2020, 13:20
Love the self portrait aspect! These colors are spectacular.There really is beauty everywhere we turn!
Care MacADNski: Self portrait = alone = isolation. Thank goodness for beauty and art.
  • Lisl
  • England
  • 9 Apr 2020, 14:23
An oyster eating snail - a new one for me, Care
Care MacADNski: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Urosalpinx_cinerea

It is called an oyster drill, small snail.

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