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Uploaded: 08/24/21 6:15 AM GMT
Natural Bridges State Beach
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I have posted images from this area before and so this is another picture of the area of the tide pools at Natural Bridges State Beach near Santa Cruz, Ca. taken over the weekend with my family celebrating birthdays:) We had a great time and the rocks here form the most fascinating patterns and designs. Three more coming soon :):) This area is about 6 feet side to side or so:)

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::Nikoneer
08/24/21 11:55 AM GMT
Whenever I would be out on an assignment to photo-document in a rural area of historic interest, I would take a few moments to put my eyes and mind in a frame to spot ^archaeological shadows^, left behind by the passage of man: fire pits, hastily-built fortifications ditches, low mounds (burials), etc. The same idea applies to spotting the faint rectangle left behind when a window would have been removed and filled in, particularly on a house with a stucco exterior: an ^architectural shadow^. Place your mind in that frame and look close in areas like this, Bruce, and you might just see trackways left by animals in a prehistoric era. The fossilized depressions of long-dead aquatic critters may be there as well. Just a thought.

-nik (looking forward to the others you mentioned)
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::tigger3
08/24/21 1:09 PM GMT
What a terrific post, I really like your editing on this one.
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.LynEve
08/24/21 1:38 PM GMT
Excellent ! I love all the different textures and light.
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::corngrowth
08/24/21 3:39 PM GMT
Bruce, I knew Mother Nature is versatile. But I couldn't have imagined that her versatility would also apply to the creation of such natural contemporary art.
A natural abstract, perfectly captured by you, Buddy
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