Oceans have featured prominently in our various trips around the world. This week’s theme is scenes by the oceans. Here is an image of full tide at Half Moon Bay, California.
The receding tide of the ocean creates nature’s design on a beach utilizing sand and stones, almost like an abstract painting
Shaldon Bridge (in Teignmouth, Devon) built in 1827 was at that time one of the longest (about one-third mile) wooden bridges in England. Here is an image of the current bridge at low tide.
Low tide reveals the rocks and algae at Paignton Harbor in England
Colorful kayaks line up at the beach ready to go, but waiting for a higher tide
The ebb and flow of tides is clearly evident on the shoreline of Panama City and different perspectives are created at low tide.
Sunrise accompanied by the ocean waves of a rising tide …
High tide at sunset brings in taller waves to the Southern California coastline
High tides at sunset ….
Moving on from Delray Beach, stopped by Palm Beach to witness the sunrise there. The high tide, clouds and a hint of the sunrise create a pleasing image.
Rising tide at Half Moon Bay, CA