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Viewfinder (Bradenton, FL, United States) on 27 November 2009 in Landscape & Rural and Portfolio.

Tidal pools form inside spaces left by sand and the many different rock formations that are strewn all across the beach. Sometimes the rocks themselves catch your interest, like this one did for me. I like the rocky textures, colors, and the little indentations that have formed across the surface. I must wonder what slow, amazing process caused these to appear...

NIKON D80 1/640 second F/6.3 ISO 400 70 mm

Amanda from Jersey City, United States

Nature is art...beautiful shot! :)

27 Nov 2009 3:04pm

Ronnie 2¢ from Atlantic Shores, United Kingdom

My guess would have been of less-sedimentary stones that happened to be there when it was laid down . . but there seem to be none ready to still emerge . . mmmmm . . interesting

27 Nov 2009 4:48pm

Barbara from Florida, United States

I too find the textures and formations very interesting and appealing.
The sea can sometimes be more powerful than a rock to create it's impressions.
Excellent DOF and colors.
Gorgeous shot!

27 Nov 2009 5:30pm

Marion from Nanaimo, BC, Canada

It sure makes one wonder what went on with these rocks. It would have caught my interest too. Lovely shot.

27 Nov 2009 7:43pm

Steve Rice from Olympia, United States

Cool capture. Well seen.

28 Nov 2009 4:51am

Lorraine from Gatineau, Canada

Oh Glenn I love the ocean, even if for this purpose it's in the background, to me it's always first class!

28 Nov 2009 2:42pm

1/640 second
ISO 400
70 mm