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Rock Harbor at Low Tide

 
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Sep 21, 2007 18:11 |  #1

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Shot with XTi & 28-135 lens..

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Sep 22, 2007 03:50 |  #2

These are really interesting - very different from the usual sea/beach shots you see here. I especially like the last two. What does that sign way up in the tree say?




  
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Sep 22, 2007 05:13 |  #3

PeppermintP wrote in post #3983315 (external link)
These are really interesting - very different from the usual sea/beach shots you see here. I especially like the last two. What does that sign way up in the tree say?

trailer parking only lol.....I also find these interesting, good choice of pano format, suits the subject well.


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Sep 22, 2007 06:47 |  #4

Thanks... :)

The trees are placed in the clam flats, each summer, to be used as channel markers, for the entrance to Rock Harbor... at high tide, the water comes up, to just below the sign... as for the signs, the harbor master hangs different signs on each of the trees.. last year, the sign was "one way" ... in the winter the ice knocks the trees down..


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