Friday, February 12, 2010

Weekend Reflections

These shots are from my last trip to Ocean City, Md . The pier is reflected nicely on the sand and shoreline. I like this shot because it does not have any snow in it. Sorry, I am really tired of looking at snow.






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30 comments:

  1. I`m really tierd and sick of snow too!
    Your pictures are so beautiful and I dreaming of a warm beach when I look at them:-)
    Have a nice weekend!

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  2. Queste foto veramente trasmettono rilassatezza e desiderio di riflessione...
    Bellissime foto, buon fine settimana.

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  3. Great sh0ts! Kung hei fat choi fr0m taiwan!

    blue*

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  4. I'm really tired of looking at snow, too, but we don't have a quarter of the amount your area does, so I guess I shouldn't gripe. =)

    I love your header shot from underneath the pier. It is very inviting to kick off the shoes and go walking through the wet sand and have it squish between my toes. To smell the water and hear the seagulls. Bliss!

    Great sky and shadow in the second photo. And in the third, it is interesting to see the tide level and (I'm guessing) salt accumulation on the supports of the pier. I like the unevenness of the walkway, the weathered look.

    Thanks for the temporary departure from winter!

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  5. I am very much a water person! Love the shadows and the waves! Beautiful collection!

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  6. Beautiful reflection indeed! You are tired of looking at snow and I miss the snow! :-)

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  7. As Lindy says, your header image is so inviting. The wet sand sure does reflect well. I love the shadow in the second one.

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  8. Wonderful reflections of Ocean City and great captures, Eileen.
    Have a nice weekend.

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  9. I don't think the snow is finished with us yet. That pier looks a wee bit rickety for me.

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  10. Excellent, excellent and excellent. All three are good ones. The under the pier shot is especially strong and dynamic.

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  11. Love that pier shot it made an awesome header Eileen!

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  12. Wonderful ocean shots ... love the perspective of the first one with the nifty reflections ;-)
    Hugs and blessings,

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  13. Beautiful scenes and reflections!

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  14. I really like your pier shot with reflections. I imagine you are tired of snow. It wouldn't take much for me to be. Hang in there, it can't last forever.

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  15. I love these. Water reflections and shore scenes are my favorite. We don't have snow, but I'm sick of the cold, rainy, gray days. Thanks for the smile maker. Kathy

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  16. It is a change from snow. Lovely shot of the rustic pier with its shadows and reflections.

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  17. great shot... I like snow we dont ahve snow ehre in sydney.

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  18. This beauch is beautiful ! I understand you I am also soooooo fat up with snow !!

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  19. I love this kind of pier, we haven't anything like this here, and your first shot is spectacular.

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  20. These are great. I like taking pictures on,of and under piers. I love the shadowa and the reflections.

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  21. Beautiful reflections. I love the beach and the shadows.

    Have a good weekend!

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  22. Very beautiful reflections! They give away a serene feeling. Have a wonderful week :)

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  23. Love the first photo, Eileen! Really cool pier shot/angle...hope the temps warm up for you guys soon! Spring is kind of around the corner, right?

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  24. Love that first one Eileen! Its got great perspective.

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  25. Al of your shots are nice, but that first one is truly spectacular!

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  26. I love these and especially the first one. That's an awesome shot! :)

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  27. Really beautiful shots, especially the reflections.

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