April 26, 2010

more from Weston Beach, Point Lobos


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photo by Donald Kinney

Yesterday (as the banner) I showed a horizontal version of this Point Lobos rock scene, but I think this vertical is much more dramatic, and of course, larger. At top-left is a bit of the ocean and a distant point.



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photo by Donald Kinney

I was looking for love-letters in the frozen sand, but didn't find any.

Okay, okay, here it is -- Pat Boone with Love Letters in the Sand.



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photo by Donald Kinney

I did find, however, all sorts of life in the little tide-pools.



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photo by Donald Kinney

But mostly what I found was these highly artistic rocks -- and the selection goes on and on. It's a museum of art at Point Lobos -- and who would have known that they would name this fine rocky beach in honor of my favorite photographer, Edward Weston.


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4 comments:

photowannabe said...

These pictures are pure drama Don. Each one is a prize in its self.
I think the Empire Mine is what you were refering to. Its a great place to photograph. One photo opp after another.

Mulleh said...

I agree with Photowannabe (: Pure drama!
They are great!
beautiful :D

AphotoAday said...

WELL, THANKS MULLEH AND PHOTOWANNABE -- I take little credit -- all I did was point and click the shutter... Nice to be able to get down to Point Lobos -- I've got to hit Carmel on my next trip.

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