Friday, June 26, 2015

Low Tide

 Pier on New Hampshire coast

Low tide on the Atlantic Ocean. I'm used to the Great Lakes, which have no tides and so no lovely low-tide reflections. I was pleased to see these.

A longer view

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36 comments:

BlueShell said...

Almost no water...

Xo
BShell

A Quiet Corner said...

Ahhh...I can smell the ocean!...:)JP

HOOTIN ANNI said...

Beautiful scenes...and awesome reflection.
Also, perused below this post and enjoyed your beach fencing!!!

Revrunner said...

Serious tidal changes up in those parts.

✿ chica said...

Lindas fotos e reflexos! bjs, chica

VP said...

Can't really imagine the high tide, but this is impressive!

Gill - That British Woman said...

great shots, but that pier looks very old and not very safe...........

eileeninmd said...

That is low tide, great reflections! And a pretty sky. Have a happy Friday and weekend ahead!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Bridge reflections.. well spotted EG.

TexWisGirl said...

very cool.

Sandra said...

that first photo says it all, that the Atlantic tides are amazing and oh so high, have not seen the like of this since i moved here 30 years ago... Savannah has tides like this, but here our tides is hardly noticeable.. that first photo, the perspective is perfect

Rebecca said...

It really is amazing how much the tide can change the water level. Love the rickety look of the pier.

Margaret Adamson said...

Two lovely refelction shots

Birdman said...

Know that look well. Know that smell well too.

Karen S. said...

Yep! It's got a charming sense to it as well! Beautiful views, low and high, it's all nature's gift to us! Enjoy your weekend.

Lowell said...

I'll bet the smell was strong ... like rotting things ...

I hope you didn't try to walk on that pier; it doesn't appear to be too sturdy!

John's Island said...

The reflections are cool and so was the beach fencing in earlier post.

Sylvia K said...

Great reflections are terrific as always!! I do love the beach at any time of day!! Hope you have a great weekend!! Enjoy!!

William Kendall said...

Terrific shots, EG! Yes, I'm more used to the lakes, so the handful of times I've been at an ocean, low tide is something very different for me.

RedPat said...

And it looks like you had great weather to enjoy it, EG!

llandudnopictures said...

Always interesting to have a look around the sea shore when the tide is far out!

Debbie said...

i really adore puddle reflections...some of the best reflections i have ever seen!!!

edenhills said...

Those are great reflections.

Rose said...

I wonder what creatures were in the puddles...that was my first thought. My girls would be in them...even at their age now!

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Stephanie said...

Enjoying your images from New Hampshire.

Jack said...

Hey, I know this area! I grew up on the North Shore of Massachusetts, just south of here.

Michelle said...

That low tide is lovely, in a haunting sort of way.

Randy said...

Nice shots.

Aimeecakes said...

Wooden Piers and pretty reflections - two of my favourite things! Great shots

Fun60 said...

Love that reflection.

Jim said...

Great reflections.
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Pamela Gordon said...

The coastal tides are wonderful and there are things to discover when the tide is out. Nice pics.

Anvilcloud said...

Glad tide-ings.

José Mendonça said...

Low tides can make great reflections!

Felicia said...

pretty snaps.

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