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Sunday, November 6, 2011

Nature's Mini Bridge


A rocky feature on Rye Back Beach - southern end of the peninsula - is like a mini bridge casting its own bold shadow on the sands!

Tiny rocky bridge
Boldly reaching for substance
Sharp identity


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23 comments:

BP said...

Thanks for visiting my blog:-)
Love the cars which are parked at the tables in your previous post. Also I wouldn't mind one litte bit to swap the dreary and grey november weather here in Sweden with a nice walk over your mini bridge.

Louis la Vache said...

Gemma,
be sure to link this to «Louis'» Sunday Bridges meme. It posts at 00:01 hrs central Europe time each Sunday.

nana_ang_poppaphil said...

Fantastic shadow shot, I love exploring the beach, there is always something different to find.

Sylvia K said...

What a delightful little bridge and shadow! Such a great shadow shot for the day, Gemma! The sand looks so warm and inviting! Hope you're enjoying a great weekend!

Sylvia

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

If you hadn't given away the secret, I would have assumed that was a HUGE bridge!


SHADOW, WILL YOU?

Shadow, will you always be
Here where I can always see
What you do and how you play?
Or will you just slip away?


© 2011 by Magical Mystical Teacher

Sunflower Stippled with Shadows

Red Nomad OZ said...

Oh! If you hadn't said it was 'mini', I would have thought it was HUGE!! Love your haiku - so evocative!!

LV said...

A nice feature on shadow bridge.

Louis la Vache said...

«Louis» is delighted that you have joined Sunday Bridges.
;-D

Rambling Woods said...

I can almost feel the sand...light play is so much fun in photos...

Genie said...

What a unique rock formation. It is perfect for the bridge posts this week. It is really very pretty. You caught it perfectly with your great eye. Super Shot. genie

Jane said...

Cool shot!

Coloradolady said...

Beautiful beach scene. Looks like a relaxing place. Have a great day.

Kaori said...

Looks like a great spot to lay down and take a afternoon nap :D

Leora said...

What a wonderful find - perfect after seeing all this man-made structures.

VioletSky said...

This is almost an optical illusion! At first I thought it was looking down on a huge rock formation!

Kelly said...

What an interesting little bridge you discovered - casting a very nice shadow at that!

Spadoman said...

Wonderful sharp edged lines from those shadows. Great shot!

Peace

dharma owl said...

Oh, this is truly a great photo...really!

Namaste.

Lynette said...

Look at that. Fantastic find of a great bridge.

Patti said...

I also would have thought they were huge rocks forming the bridge.

Nature is so beautiful and interesting!

Rohit Sareen said...

Namaste :)

great perspective of finding nature's very own bridge! please try visit my entry on 'The Hammermsith Bridge, London'if you can.

Have a great week ahead!
My Third Eye

Joan said...

Great shot! It looks like the rock formation could be 20 feet in height or 3 feet.

CameraCruise said...

Great shot!
Love the bridge.
Have a nice day.

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