Wednesday, March 25, 2009

A Low Tide Afternoon On The Beach

Unbeknown to me, a new application on the camera was accidentally triggered and in effect when these photographs were taken yesterday afternoon on the beach. The effect is actually kind of pleasing - it seems to have saturated the photographs with green.

Above, a flock of curlews finds a patch of something to eat. They were too busy to be distracted by the camera.

Below, a tourist family, having fun on vacation. Spring Break isn't limited to any one week anymore, so our tourist season has officially started, and will continue until Labor Day.

The air temperature was in the low 70s, but the water is still in the mid 50s. Some people were braving the water without a wetsuit, but my daughter wasn't one of them. That's her, making her way to shore, stepping over the reefs that are exposed at low tide at Swamis.

1 comment:

High Desert Diva said...

I like the green effect on the photos, too. Always a treat when a mistake turns out nicely!

Hard to look graceful walking across reefs, but your daughter manages it!