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May 28, 2008
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  1. May 29, 2008 at 3:21 am

    wonderful photo – the colours here are stunning

  2. Christina Pacosz
    May 29, 2008 at 11:31 am

    Reminds me of this type of cover/churn on the Oregon coast in particular but also along the Olympic National Seashore in Washington State and the shores of Lake Superior, too. The mystery and power of the water as it erodes the rock and with the tides in a salt water environment the question arises, could one go inside if the water went out far enough and would one find a cave or cleft? (Makes me think of Doris Lessing’s novel The Cleft, too, I just realized!) Would there be petroglyphs, which are present along the Pacific coast at Cape Alava and elsewhere I am sure. Also, the sense of being mesmerized and not wanting to fall in! if one is leaning down and enjoying the spot. Usually there is spray and the temps are cooler, too. Sometimes there is a zephyr formed by the water and the rock. Rainbows will also materialize in such a place. Lovely photo!!!!

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