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[singlepic id=251 w= h= float=center] From our trip to Montaña de Oro State Park: Friends, fire, food, sea, stars, sand, songs, and time made it an awesome Thanksgiving.
[singlepic id=205 w= h= float=center] We celebrated the beginning of 2013 at Pomponio State Beach and were welcomed by a beautifully breezy surf and nice waves crashing into the rocks. I really enjoy being at the shore, and especially at … Continue reading
[singlepic id=160 w= h= float=center] Incredible, how efficiently pelicans use the ground effect when they are traveling. Yet, sometimes, when they are close to shore, they have to evade breaking waves. You can see some more pelicans skimming the waves … Continue reading
[audioslideshow-content imageurls=”http://andreasgros.net/wp-content/gallery/going-south-i/set1_1_small.jpg 16 http://andreasgros.net/wp-content/gallery/going-south-i/set1_2_small.jpg 16 http://andreasgros.net/wp-content/gallery/going-south-i/set1_3_small.jpg 16″ soundtrack=”Marcel_Pequel_-_09_-_Nine.mp3″] On Wednesday, as I was waiting for the sun to finally penetrate the looming high fog, I saw many groups of brown pelicans passing by along the shore. They were all flying … Continue reading
[singlepic id=149 w= h= float=center] Yesterday, I drove to Ano Nuevo State Park, originally to take pictures of elephant seals, but the park decided on short notice to close the viewing area for the day. Maybe all the volunteers — … Continue reading
This morning I drove out to Deer Island to scout for new photo locations. I am interested in interfaces: between land and water, urban and rural, living space and transit space, (people-)space and non-(people-)space, you and me, light and dark, … Continue reading
Taken at 6 a.m. last Saturday on the shore at Halibut Point State Park. I had planned to catch a sunrise there, but only saw hints of sunlight piercing through the clouds where a bright, fiery ball was supposed to … Continue reading
This shot was taken at about 6:45 this morning on Nantasket Beach. As you can see from the spray, it was very windy. In fact, the wind was so strong that it blew over my tripod and I am surprised … Continue reading
Pleuni greeting the sea.