Tuesday, 3 November 2009

Watery Wednesday: Water and Seaweed on Old Shoremore






15 Feedback Comments:

Ruby said...

wow your ready for WW now! nice one!

Meta said...

i miss this scene so much..will see it soon when i go home for vacation..thanks for the visit!

Jane said...

Thanks Ruby, I am waiting on mister linky, your welcome Meta:)

Audun said...

A really great watery shot

Jane said...

Thanks:)

Grace and Bradley said...

It is just like what I saw on the beach this summer on Cape Cod. Now it is too cold to go out on the beach for a walk.

Jane said...

Yes I know it is a bit too cold now, thanks for dropping by:)

litlit said...

Thanks for visiting and the comment.

eileeninmd said...

Great watery shot, I love the beach scenes.

Jane said...

Your welcome LitLit:) Yes there are lots of great beaches up here and I have to say a lot cleaner than some of the ones in England.

Pat said...

What a cool shot! I love the ripples in the sand, the gentle waves coming ashore, and the light reflected on the water. All together they make an interesting pattern. Throw in the seaweed as an exclamation point!

J Bar said...

Jane, thanks for your comment on my blog. We have a lot of suburbs, towns and cities in Australia named after places in Britain. This suburb of Chipping Norton was named after the homestead of an early settler who had been to England to study law at Oxfordshire. So there's the connection. We also have a Sydney suburb called Henley.

luna miranda said...

low tide...the perfect time to pick up shells.:p

Jane said...

Your welcome J Bar:), yes I should imagine there is a lot of British and Scottish too, names in Australia.

Yes I used to pick up shells/or quartz from our beaches when we lived on the west coast.

Carol said...

I can just imagine stepping along in that lovely clear water... hopefully not too cold. Carol