Monday, November 26, 2012

West Coast Just Keeps On Rolling

16 comments:

Mrs. E said...

I'm landlocked, so I love looking at your beach--your waves!

High Heels and Huntin' Boots said...

Wow! You have some AMAZING photographs on here! I'm curious, though. Do you print them all out or do most of them stay on your hard drive? I'm SO behind in printing off pictures that I don't know if I'll ever get them all printed off. You are very, very talented! Glad to find your blog!

Heckety said...

I love everything to do with the sea, the salt air, sound of the waves, the wind/ howling gale, getting my feet wet, sailing (not much of that any more though), and photos which bring it whooshing back to me.
Thank you!
And besides its a great photo even if I didn't like the sea!

Teresa said...

I've been keeping a check on your followers since becoming one last week. Congratulations - you just hit 2000!!!!! Wow that is great!!

Vera said...

Could do with a paddle on that beach in the warm sunshine. Been wintry here, wet underfoot and welly-boots time!
Thanks for following my blog, and am returning the visit. Lovely photos, by the way.

ethelmaepotter! said...

Hello!
Stopped by to say thanks for visiting my blog and following; I am following you as well - this is an incredible site!!!!!
You are an absolute master of the camera lens. Much as I tried, I could not pick one, or two, or even half a dozen of my favorites among your photos; they're
all mesmerizing!
Thank you for sharing your incredible works of art with the world.

Gramma Ann said...

Congratulations, you now have 2002 Bestest Dang Bloggies in the whole wide world.

Oh, yes, I like this photo also.

Debbie said...

Living in a country surrounded by ocean - these are images I never get tired of looking at.

naughtynanna said...

you're obviously having a terrible time ;)

Roger Howell said...

It reminds me of the 70's pop group
"Looking Glass" who formed at Rutgers University.

"My live, my love, and my lady is the sea"

Lotta kids named Brandy after that.

dguzman said...

What a beautiful coastline. New to your bloggy after noticing you following mine. Thanks, and great photos!

Dawn said...

Thank you for visiting my blog..your work is amazing, more than amazing actually! I am going to visit often! Wow!

Stephen Baird said...

roger,
i remember looking glass. that's funny what you can remember. i also remember about 20 years ago when young people didm't know paul mccartney was in a band before wings. now young people don't have a clue who paul mccartney is.
nikonsniper steve

Vagabonde said...

I have looked at a lot of your pictures – I wish I could get some nice pics like that. On Saturday I am going to attend a Nikon class given here this week-end for novices. I hope that will be some help.

Stephen Baird said...

High Heels and Huntin' Boots,
Hi! I never print out photos. I have no available walls in my house. All walls of my house are owned by my wife and she insists on displaying family photos only, or so it seems. Believe me, I am not fighting for space beacuse next to photos of my family all of these are near meaningless to me. I couldn't decide which of my photos to print out of my top 200. So there isn't enough walls for a gallery.
However, here's what I will do one day for sure ... and I think it is the only way to go for me. I don't own a TV so I have space available for a large flatscreen that I will place on a living room wall that will scroll photos every 10 minutes or so. That way if guests are visiting my house it doesn't become a slide show that demands attention ... rather it's just a casual change that may or may not be noticed. It's way cheaper than what you can spend on a dozen huge framed prints.
NikonSniper Steve

Vivian said...

As does the east coast here. Pretty photo, Steve! Great light.