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---Alice Abrams

Thursday, October 01, 2009

Looking at the Sky on Friday


This was taken a couple of weeks ago at Moonstone Beach, Cambria. Down at the bottom of the rocks where the tide was beginning to surge, there were a lot of little shells (see post below - Sunday Blessings) and a couple of sea urchins. It's fun to stick your fingers into a sea urchin and have it close up on your finger! Yes, I was a strange child...

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6 comments:

Calico Crazy said...

Very pretty, I love that rock, such texture against the smoothness of the sky.

Calico Contemplations

Ralph said...

The sky is impressive, of course. But what is the most interesting thing here is that coral colored rock that the waves crash against. The West Coast offers such a stunning seascape - I need to visit!

Sandy B said...

Simply beautiful in its simplicity! Big hugs...

levon said...

Greetings!

Yet another picture that shares the beauty and grandeur of the California Coastline! It seems like such an awe-inspiring location. I am glad that you are able to soak it in and treasure it.
By the way - thank you for your message. I appreciate the time and care you took to write. I had an "Aha' moment when you described your love for art and art galleries - it explains how well the subjects in your photographs are framed and presented. I think I am also understanding more the integral part of Grace not only in your blog but in your life/being.
Wishing you all the best!

barb said...

What in interesting rock formation! It makes me miss the long, rocky beaches of New England, where I grew up!

Linda said...

That definitely looks like some sort of a moonscape so it appears that Moonstone Beach has been appropriately named!