Saturday, August 14, 2010

Pismo Area

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32 comments:

  1. i love love love the birds! & the cave one is pretty sweet!

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  2. about time to move up the coast a bit...

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  3. Wow. You have some gorgeous pics on here. I could use this as a setting in a story. :)

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  4. Thanks!
    It's an awesome spot, very very close to a big tourist spot. But it gets ignored..

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  5. The second one looks like dinosaurs with their baby. Amazing!!!!

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  6. These are GORGEOUS...loved the wide angled bird flying one...such a representation of freedom!!!

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  7. Is the first one from Hitchcock's birds..?
    Love the both. And love the color shades.
    Costas

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  8. Nice! Are the rocks really that white?

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  9. I googled Pismo --since I have never heard of it... Guess it is in CA, huh???? Makes sense since that's where you are... Great pictures.
    Betsy

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  10. The picture of the birds is beautiful and sweeping, and the cliff face is so majestic. Wonderful photographs, as ever, Pat :)

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  11. The bird one, Patrick! Yow-Wow! I'm in love!

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  12. Copyboy - Thanks! I never even noticed that. (not sure if I do now...LOL)

    Lynne - It sure is. It's on the central california coast. An amazing place. A HUGE beach and sand dunes. A clam diggers paradise. We usually go about a mile north of the "attractions." Still nice, but very few people.

    Joan - If you sit in one spot there and wait and look, you'll find something.

    Costats - Funny! Thanks...

    Alex - They are. When the sun is low in the sky, it's hard to look at them because they are so bright. Thanks!

    Betsy - Yes it is. It's a must see if you are ever out here. thanks Betsy!

    Sam - thanks....as ever!

    BB - They love you back. A pecking kind of love...

    tapirgal - thanks! I will...

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  13. Both beautiful. The white cliffs are amazing. I have never seen white cliffs in real life.

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  14. I love how white those rocks are...it almost reminds me of a place in Hawaii. It looks peaceful and serene.

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  15. Really like the white cliffs and cave :-)

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  16. More beautiful shots! So, do you have a lot of these beautiful pieces of art displayed around your home? I sure hope so!

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  17. Cheeseboy - thanks! I've seen some, but none this pure white.

    DrSoosie - It was a very nice place. We stay above the cliffs.

    Nat - Me too! Going to be going back there pretty soon!

    Marlene - thanks Marlene! I don't have any of them displayed! I've been thinking about it...

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  18. Terrific shots, as always.

    Darryl and Ruth : )

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  19. Is it disturbing that I can see the dinosaurs with their baby, too? Great shots Pat.

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  20. D&R - Thanks! (as always!)

    Chuck - I'm disturbed that I didn't see it right away! Thanks Chuck!

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  21. Pat, walking out to the end of the rocks at Cape Kiwanda with your camera is a must! You will love it.

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  22. I thought that white rock was snow when I first looked at it.
    Great pictures. We certainly live in a photogenic place.
    xoRobyn

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  23. That first photo looks like a photo from the national geographic magazine! So amazing to capture such a beautiful moment! THe second photo is also prety awesome pat!

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  24. it looks like someone drew on it with chalk. so cool.

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  25. That is amazing. I want to write a story about those cliffs! Really gorgeous.

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  26. That's an area of the CA coast we haven't seen yet. I love those white cliffs!

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  27. The first picture is amazing.

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