Sunday, March 02, 2008

The tide came back in ....

.... and how!!!
You may have realised by now that along with my other photographic addictions, such as clouds, gardens, trees, sunrises/sunsets, pathways and scenery, rough seas and big waves are right up there with my favourites.
I could watch the breakers rolls in and the seas pound the rocks for hours on end, just so long as I am firmly anchored to dry, stable land. There's no way that I ever want to be in a boat where the waves are higher than 5cm....lol.
The first photo was taken at Guerilla Bay, and the rest are all in the Tomakin/Mossy Point area of the NSW South Coast.








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9 comments:

No Rain said...

Very nice ocean photos. I especially like the first and last ones.
Aiyana

Calidore said...

Stunning photos as always. I love watching the waves too - something so peaceful about them. I have to agree with you on waves and the boat - not happening here either...vbg.

Kerri said...

Those are some glorious waves Alice! I'm amazed that there aren't any surf board riders, especially in that second photo. Where are the people? How wonderful to have all that fantastic scenery to yourself!
I could really go for a paddle in the ocean right now....and then fish 'n chips for dinner....Mmmmm.
Thanks for sharing the beauty.

Barbara said...

Beautiful pictures of the breaking waves. Looking at them I have the illusion of hearing the sound of them....I love to be on the sea, walking on the beach.

meggie said...

Lovely photos of the sea! Lucky you.

Catherine said...

Beautiful pictures of the Ocean waves...I too love taking pictures of waves...I especially love the first shot!! :)
Cat

Seeing Anew said...

I love your photos of the ocean... they almost evoke the smell of the salt air, the feeling of mist in the air, and the crashing of the surf! Being near the ocean is such a powerful sensory experience, isn't it?

catsmum said...

my favourites are the ones with the gnarled tree in them
... and congrats on securing your tickets to see The Boy in Benalla. Shall be with you in spirit!!

Catherine said...

Beautiful captures~The first one..wow ~great wave capture!~Makes my heart skip a beat as if I were standing there watching the actual wave! Fantastic!
Cat