February 11, 2013

I Love where we Live.

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This whole area where The Strand and Salt Creek Beach intersect is usually submerged. Super low tide exposed it all.

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These are hundreds (thousands?) of tiny anemones, curled inward, covered with shells and pebbles.

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10 comments:

Amy Johnson said...

I love those anemones! Looks like a beautiful evening!

Rebekah said...

Absolutely amazing!

Anita Johnson said...

I know I tease you about how beautiful it is where you live compared to where I live. It IS nice here too in many ways, but i think anyone that experiences the ocean and the tides and the sunsets never forgets that experience. I can honestly say I long to see the ocean, it is a masterpiece of His creation. So keep posting those amazing photos...at least until I can see it for myself in real life again!

Life with Kaishon said...

I can see why. Absolutely magnificent. I think your location is divine. I am glad God put you in such a marvelous place.

Tracey said...

That is truly a perfect day. I love days like that with my family. Beautiful light. I can fell and smell the air. Love it all.

stacey said...

I love where you live, too.

Tracy P. said...

Just a little texture!! Gorgeous!

Heather said...

Outstanding! I would never be able to get my girls to leave!

Jess said...

Beautiful work, Susan! My family can't wait to visit CA some day. Jude was student of the week this week and had to write two wishes.. one of which was to visit California! My husband is probably hesitant to vacation there because he knows I would never want to leave.. haha. Anyways, when we can pull it together, I am scheduling a family session with you! Have a great week ahead! xo



photography by anika alonzo said...

Girl, I would LOVE to live there too! Thanks for sharing a little with us :)