A name of my choosing, given how the waves came into the bay, entered caves under the cliffs, and pounded at them with wave and compressed air. The picture doesn't do it justice: the horrendous whumping sound and the way the air and land would vibrate as Pacific Ocean tried to wear away Oregon Coast.
Breathtaking picture! You own a fantastic nature gallery, greetings Reinhard
This road I will call a dream road. To me it gives a feeling of extensiveness and freedom. Thats a real good road to wander with a motorbike. (Favourite) Greetings Reinhard
Beau-ti-ful! You are such a blessed photographer, Craig Gaebel!
That was when you caught the sun right before it could escape...
So that is the place where you have your secret lunch? Oh!
It is a very beautiful place for a marmalade roll... I have not had that for decades, I think... and a cup of black coffee, please.
I am sure people appreciate these pictures very much when they see them... I do!
This was my first-ever interaction with Saguaro Cactus and other plants of the Sonoran Desert.
I've nominated it in the "hope" category because of the thorny plant in the foreground. I found out later from a new friend, that it actually isn't dead but is just waiting for rare rain to blossom and put on several years-worth of growth in just a few days.
BTW, I would appreciate it if someone could comment back with the name of this prickly hopeful wonder.
A passing cloud provides soft-box light to a glorious Maritime Autumn scene. It's as if everything is singing out-loud.
An interesting bit of visual distraction after a very exasperating day at the unionized Bayonne Auto Terminal just to drop off ONE item!