A day at the beach - Shades of blue with Cormorant

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scml on May 19, 2010

:) It is a lovely bird isn't it ;) And this day there was a really good swell rolling in ... glad you like it Liam ... thanks for your visit ... all the best to you from Sandy ;)

beegood on May 19, 2010

Amazing capture Sandy, lovely bird and really huge waves, aren't they? Still beach weather where you are? Cheers from Maja

scml on May 19, 2010

We are going into our winter Maja as the mornings are about 14 degrees now, but the days are lovely ;)

Glad you like this one ... thanks for your visit ... hugs from Sandy ;)

beegood on May 20, 2010

Lucky you Sandy! We are going into our summer, but temperatures are much lower than normal - this morning we had 9°C, and it has not become much warmer since :( Enjoy your sunshine! Love from Maja

someGuyinmasset on May 24, 2010

Nice one Sandy! Were you out here looking for your golf ball?

scml on May 24, 2010

Hi Maja ... yes were are going into our winter soon and our mornings are around 14 degrees now ... which is nice ;)

We are getting more rain though ... so not much sunshine at the moment ... but it is a lovely time of year ... Thanks for your visit and all the best to you from Sandy ;)

Hi Guy ... no golf balls ... just rock hopping and checking to see what we could find ;) I was hopeing to get closer to this little guy to get a decent shot ... but he took flight on me ;)

See ya from Sandy ;)

►Berat Qevî Endam on May 25, 2010

beautiful . very nice shot.


greetings from iran


barat

scml on May 26, 2010

Hello Barat thank you for your visit and lovely comment..greetings to you from Sandy in Australia ;)

sugarbag1 on May 27, 2010

Great shot of these waves in this one Sandy. Very good indeed. Best REgards, David

Gary Harris on May 29, 2010

Hi Sandy, GREAT shot....nice and clear n crisp. So you've ventured down to the beach, stay safe Sandy. Cheers my friend and have a wonderful weekend. Gary

scml on May 29, 2010

Thanks again David this one is a favourite of mine ... I was wrapped with the way the waves came up in the background ;) Glad you like it too ...

All the best from Sandy ;)

Hello Gary ... yep I love the beach for photos ... we have some great headlands here with wonderful rocks ... big long stretches of beach ... just too nice really :)

Thanks for you comment and all the best to you too ... have a great weekend ... Sandy ;)

BL (Views? No, thanx… on May 31, 2010

Wonderful, detailed portrait of the Kawaupaka (Microcarbo melanoleucos), Sandy!

But the background looks pretty rough & dangerous ...

Y* & Best wishes to NSW, Bernd

scml on June 1, 2010

Thanks so much for the Y* Bernd ;) Yes this day there was a good onshore breeze and so a lovely big swell rolling in ... A perfect background for such a bird, I think ;)

Warm greetings from Sandy ;)

peargrin on June 5, 2010

Stoic looking bird and dramatic waves = great capture! Cheers, pear

scml on June 5, 2010

Hello Pear thanks for your visit and comment ... all the best to you from Sandy ;)

frtzw906 on August 10, 2010

Variations on a theme scmi

Cheers, Wilf

Christos Theodorou on November 27, 2010

Wonderful capture - Best wishes from Athens, Christos

scml on November 30, 2010

Thank you for sharing your shot frtzw906 ... it is lovely ;)

Hello Christos thank you for your visit and comment ... greetings to you from Sandy ;)

willibald10 on October 19, 2012

the perfect moment, Greetings from Germany - Willibald

scml on November 20, 2012

Thank you Willibald for your lovely comment ... I am pleased you like this shot ;)

Greetings from Sandy from down under

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Photo taken in South Head Park, Yamba NSW 2464, Australia

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  • Uploaded on May 10, 2010
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    by scml
    • Camera: FUJIFILM FinePix S5700 S700
    • Taken on 2010/05/09 14:08:34
    • Exposure: 0.002s (1/450)
    • Focal Length: 63.30mm
    • F/Stop: f/6.800
    • ISO Speed: ISO64
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash

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