Friday, March 11, 2011
Amplified Wave / All day shoot
Mr. Ruth and I met to watch the run up from the Japan earthqake above Otter Point. As the wave approached, the algae on the rocks became exposed, and wonderfully imaged towards white with the infrared Nikon. Without much of a lens and web resolution, it may not be clear.
It was a gentle push. As if the wave front had broken into smaller components on the shallow continental shelf. It was a muddy, complicated surf that pushed up into the creek.
The wide angle shots are not too impressive, but amplified wave pushed up the beach very much further than any other sets in the half our of observation. There was a certainty of, “Yeah, this is it.” Meaning, this is the amplified surge long traveled across the Pacific.
Ruby expressed her considerable wisdom. Dare I say, she gave us paws?
My heart is with the people of Japan.
It turned out to be a beautiful morning. The woods up Greggs Creek mean a lot to me.
Beautiful bug. This little creature was only slightly larger than a quarter.
The moon watches the scurry in Curry.
There was a wonderful sunset above the ‘great spot’. Things are so very serious in the world and I spent some time contemplating the pain to the west.
Happy to be alive, happy for love, grateful for my safety. . . and my cameras, I found a giddy moment.
Posted by Andrew D. Barron at 9:20 PM
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