The driftwood is so interesting, I love to look at all the swirls and other shapes in the wood. You got some great shadows too. I just want to know how you know you would react the same. Are the Great Whites in town? LOL!
Interesting shapes of driftwood. Your photos are wonderful and I especially like the first one.
that driftwood is awesome.....
Who would have thought that driftwood could be so photogenic. I love all the different angles you captured of it.
i love this driftwood series. and are those original quotes or 'borrowed' ones? too funny!
I love all the driftwood pics! There are so many different patterns in all the wood, it's so beautiful!
The lighting and detail on these pictures is very attractive. I, too, love all the swirls and lines on the wood. I also enjoy the commentary, so delightfully off-beat.
Nature's artwork is awesome!
That driftwood is wonderful; it always has a beautiful patina after being tumbled and tossed in the water.
These photos are mesmerizing, I could look at them all day. I have studied these and the wood has such detail and texture. OH to be able to have some just to hold and touch. What made those holes in that one log?Awesome!
That beach is a photographer's treasure trove! :)
What wonderful textures and angles you captured of the driftwood. Your screams made me laugh!!!I've always wondered why people throw food to the dolphins...now I know. Heeehehehehe!!!God bless ya and have a most beautiful day sweetie!!!
This is why I don't like the ocean--you never know what's going to touch your feet! My idea of a swimming "hole" is a clear pool that you can walk around and survey the bottom before diving in.Love your header!Best,Bonnie
LOVING this! I never see driftwood, at least I don't think! Your first shot is very similar to my header shot today!! My faves are the one right above the cool dolphin joke and the one with the holes in it!!
A 2 smile post : ) I scream when anything touches my toes : ) and I always hear dolphins were smart!
Great Photos!I always thought dolphins were at least smarter than a 5th grader. :-)
Great post...interesting images. My husband always says he worked 25 years to learn to be a doorman for our cats.
Giggle...giggle!!I scream the same way too.Love the textures and light-play on the driftwood Sandra. You are a fantastic photographer.
Beautiful images of the driftwood! And thanks for the laughs!
Beautiful driftwood! Each photo is unique in it's own way. I am glued to every picture. Thank you, Sandra.
Great photos of the driftwood. Who knew driftwood was so beautiful?
I really like the way you see through your camera. Love these textures and patterns.
The driftwood is beautiful with lovely curves and texture.
I'm loving these drift wood pictures. I can relate to the screaming. That seaweed is really scary stuff :)
Amazing images of the wood's texture and colors. Loved the partying skimmers in the previous post, too!
You wonder how the driftwood drifts and gets to where it is at. All the knots in it.I scream the same too.And who is trained - the dolphins or the people?Love,sandie
Driftwood is natures art show. I love it.
you can start a new and profitable hobby, making furniture out of driftwood.
Wow! Those are some awesome pictures! Just beautiful! Such a lovely beach too! Love that white looking sand too!
Lovely drift wood! I always like the feel of it. So cool! Sometime a girl just has to scream like....well...a girl! :)xo Catherine
Yes, I'm afraid I do too- most definitely! I love dolphins! What a pretty place and looks so secluded and peaceful. I think I mentioned we have mostly black sand here and lots of white on the West side of the island. Anyway I will check those lizards out shortly:)
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