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Teeth

Posted by
Viewfinder (Bradenton, FL, United States) on 14 September 2009 in Landscape & Rural and Portfolio.

Looking down from a higher place, these rocky teeth lined the rugged Pacific coast just north of Bodega Bay. Notice the wildflowers; there were many varieties, and growing in even the most desolate places. As you can see, no visible horizon due to coastal fog conditions. It was incredible!

NIKON D80 1/250 second F/8.0 ISO 400 18 mm

Marion from Nanaimo, BC, Canada

Giant teeth!! This picture has it all. There is nothing quite like the rugged wildness of the Pacific Coast and you have captured it here beautifully. I always marvel at the rock structures and know that only the hand of our Heavenly Father could have created all of this beauty.

14 Sep 2009 6:39am

tyan from Singapore, Singapore

i like the title,yeah it does look some some relic tooth of some fossil dragon or something!The sea is beautiful and i love those wild flowers:)

14 Sep 2009 10:31am

Judy from Brooksville, Florida, United States

The wildflowers offer such a lovely foreground, contrasted with those jagged 'teeth' and then the turquoise water, fading off to 'nothingness' in the fog. A beautiful composition, Glenn, and beautiful memory! Bravo *****

14 Sep 2009 10:38am

Chris from South Jersey, United States

some wonderful elements in this - the rocks, water, flowers - all coming together for a beautiful scene....(and don't forget the fog, your friend obscuring that pesky horizon).....

14 Sep 2009 11:05am

MJ from Delaware, United States

Beautiful scene... I love the wildflowers and the jagged rocks... then the water and the rocks... great composition

14 Sep 2009 11:50am

Ralph Jones from Detroit, United States

The wildflowers and the sharp rocks make a beautiful juxtaposition.

14 Sep 2009 12:05pm

Lorraine from Gatineau, Canada

Oh Glenn this is extraordinary...bravo...5 stars :)

14 Sep 2009 12:38pm

k@ from Paris, France

God is a lucky dentist !
Beautiful portrait of Mother Nature ~ 

14 Sep 2009 12:52pm

Elena Kotrotsou from Drossia, Greece

Stunning landscape!

14 Sep 2009 2:08pm

john4jack from Corvallis, Oregon, United States

Marvelous capture. Exquisite foreground.

14 Sep 2009 2:33pm

Barbara from Florida, United States

Well composed image of this stunning view. It reminds me of the song, "Be sure to wear some flowers in your hair". This would be the place for it.
Beautiful shot, Glenn.

14 Sep 2009 3:21pm

MARIANA from Waterloo, Canada

BEAUTIFUL !

14 Sep 2009 3:37pm

Onlymehdi from Wayne, United States

WOW

14 Sep 2009 4:51pm

Dulcie from Danville, CA, United States

Oh, the yellow plants in the foreground and the green of the ocean in the background...Lovely. I especially like that surf. You could probably crop that and have a second wonderful image.

14 Sep 2009 6:27pm

B. Thomas from Arlington, Texas, United States

Beautiful seascape. I like your foreground flowers too! ;-)))

14 Sep 2009 9:18pm

Lee from Fort Frances Ontario, Canada

Super colours. I am always in triqued by where I can find a plant. Whether a tree, grass or flower, they seem to take hold in the most unusual places. A beautiful composition.

15 Sep 2009 12:20am

ordinaryimages from Kentucky Bluegrass, United States

Looks like Schoolhouse Beach, great tones in the water. best...jerry

15 Sep 2009 12:54am

Steven from Chicagoland, United States

Great detail from the foreground to the white caps of the water. No visible horizon adds a nice subtle touch here rather than the distinct line between water and sky.

15 Sep 2009 2:13am

Steve Rice from Olympia, United States

Some mighty big teeth at that. Great shot.

15 Sep 2009 6:31pm

Markela from Athens, Greece

I like the way you have included plant life along with rocks and water in this photo....The misty backround gives it all a mysterious mood....Stunning colors!!

16 Sep 2009 7:14am

*MЯG* from Tehran, Iran

beautiful and lovely shot

19 Sep 2009 10:32pm

NIKON D80
1/250 second
F/8.0
ISO 400
18 mm

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