Daily Post Photo Challenge: Waiting for Water’s Return

Waiting

A few years ago we visited California during winter break.  During that time, we visited the tide pools each and every day.  For me, it is hard to imagine the cycle of things in this wondrous vast ocean – but we witnessed many of them while on our little journey.  One day we went out to the tide pools to explore and not long after the water receded far beyond reach.   We waited under the rays of sunlight peeking through the clouds, in hopes for their return.

 

Submitted for The Daily Post Photography Challenge: Waiting

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  1. wolfnowl says:

    If you ever come to Vancouver Island, head up to Parksville and head to Rathtrevor Beach. The ground slopes VERY gently there… at low tide it can take 30-45 minutes (or longer) to walk from the ‘shore’ to where the water is!

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    1. Sumyanna says:

      I most likely have been… once. I was born and raised in Canada but we moved back to the US when I was 8. It was a sad day for me, seriously. I missed and still miss my old home. We travelled all over Canada, but sadly I was too young to remember. I really need to see her again! Sounds absolutely lovely there. I can’t imagine actually being given the chance to explore for 30-45 minutes! Wow.

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    1. Sumyanna says:

      Thank you very much!

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  2. Love the ocean, well water of any kind, lakes streams, etc. Love that picture, the black and white does it justice, Sumyanna.

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    1. Sumyanna says:

      Oh me too – so strange that I have never lived near water. Whenever I get a chance to be around it though, I try to take it all in (hence the images). It reminds me when I need a little sunshine 🙂

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      1. hehe, I know the feeling exactly!

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