Awesome textures in this!(And apparently they're not going live at 6 like I thought. Dammit.)
Daryl-you find the beauty in everything.<><
Beautiful low tide treasures;)
Ouch,oh OUCH! Those things are sharp.Pretty but sharp.
Love the colors and textures in this one... beauty is where we find it. And you did.
sometimes we forget that NYC is a nautical paradise.
There's a world beneath the waves and I like your little glimpse of it.
No words needed. But I will say that once again we see the power of the water to rearrange reality to its own liking!
OK, I'm going out on a limb here to say that of course I think this picture is pretty and all, but I see a creature. Those two circles on the top of that board are the eyes, and there's a pig-like nose beneath it, and two stumps of legs beneath. Perhaps I need to go to bed now.wv: cortinic. On the advice of a physician, Chesapeake Bay Woman took two shots of cortinic to prevent further hallucinations, but what she really wanted was some wine and a vacation.
I see the face! It was the first thing that caught my eye. :)
I love the details. Can you believe how old that water must be? It was there during the revolutionary war.
What an interesting shot.
Great shot... barnacles and algaegive it an interesting texture.
That blue spot is such a nice surprise. Great textures there.
I love that blue circle. It really pops.
Love your shots, Dar!
How did you get the x-ray of «Louis'» left knee?«Louis» went wordless for Wednesday, too.
Great close-up of a pier. The weathered wood and water together make quite a combination.(I have lots of photos of old piers and docks along the waterfront here.)
I love to take photos of textures and colors like these...at the sea, at the river; wherever I can!Very nice.
You just want to run your hand over it.
Well 'shiver me timbers!'Great shot.If you have time please do drop by and visit my Wordless Wednesday! Thank you! Hope to see you there, Sassy:)
Color, texture, mystery, it has it all!
Love it! This is something you would see at the Seattle waterfront!
Very good eye. This is something most would not ever notice. Fabulous texture and color...composition...I like it.
Such beautiful colours. You're so good at these artistic shots.
Somehow this picture makes me want to dip my toe in the water =)
You know how I love water and I have a barnacle story I can only share with you....ugh...
I love anything that has to do with the ocean/beach! Great shot.
Those are some dirty barnacles. But they certainly have character. My father picks the ones he finds on rocks in Italy, and people actually eat them. But I wouldn't dare eat Battery Park barnacles.
nature as artistevery time I get a pedicure I think of barnacles ;)
Interesting slush in the water and gooblies on the posts. I wouldn't want to fall in though!
Oh that's wonderful. You find the best textures and colours!
Very different view. Thanks!
So many beautiful colors amidst the cling-ons. You really do have a great eye. . .and great big heart. I read your story about the loss of your dear bus riding friend. Poignant and a testament to how connected we all are.hugggg
Early stages of barnacles, huh?Great picture!
What time and tide can do. I love it.
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