photo101 ~ #3 water

As soon as I saw today’s theme was water, I knew I couldn’t settle for one photo. Living right at the north Atlantic seaboard, in a place where the tides are amongst the highest in the world, water is too important a matter for only one 🙂 — had to be a gallery.

27 thoughts on “photo101 ~ #3 water

    1. Rebekah

      That IS bizarre! Of all little villages … it had to be St. Martins! 🙂
      There used to be a tourist shop there, named «Oh my Cod!»

      1. Deb Weyrich-Cody

        “Oh My Cod”? HA too funny!!
        Yeah, she’s got some great photos on there – too bad it’s on blogspot. Too much trouble to make a comment (if it’ll let you comment at all, that is):

          1. Deb Weyrich-Cody

            You’re already on Google, you UberTekkie person, so I doubt you’d have any trouble at all; )

  1. nuvofelt

    One photo!? Nor could I!

    Love your crashing waves, so much action – and so much contrast with the other shots. Well done!

  2. John

    Great pics!! Love the angry sea, crashing the shoreline. And the boat at low tide, interesting how someone put a support under the hull to hold the boat vertical. And the cables attached. Lucky you to live there, I’d be down to the water and at the harbour often.

  3. Barb

    You’re right, one photograph wouldn’t be enough! They are great Rebekah, showing the contrast of calmness against raging waves.

  4. Deb Weyrich-Cody

    Hey Rebby, FINALLY made it onto the laptop and oh BOY, do I LOVE your site…
    Gorgeous colours, layout, s p a c e… ; )
    And somehow I managed to miss seeing the water(feature)fall photo the first time around…
    Or, did you add this on later today?

    1. Rebekah

      Was it the first time? 🙂 Your words makes me happy. I put in a great deal of effort to turn these pages to my liking, even though I know few people will actually really see it [due to the mobile devices]. But I’m having fun doing it so …

      That water thing I put in a little later..

  5. Cardinal Guzman

    HI reb. I wrote a comment yesterday, but WordPress wouldn’t connect to the server… Here’s a short version of what I tried to say: I love the tide running out, the cruise ship and the raw power in the waves photo.

    1. Rebekah

      Thank you so much, CG, for taking time out and re-write it 🙂 it means a lot. You can imagine, I had a lot of ‘water photos’ to choose from…


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