Saturday, August 14, 2010

Pismo Area

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Still importing from my old blog

32 comments:

Kimberly said...

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

Joe Cap said...

Very nice...more Pismo?

Pat Tillett said...

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

M. Gray said...

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

Pat Tillett said...

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

Copyboy said...

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

Lynne H. said...

Beautiful.. Where is Pismo?

The Retired One said...

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

Naturedigital said...

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

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Nice! Are the rocks really that white?

Betsy from Tennessee said...

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

Sam Liu said...

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

Bossy Betty said...

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

tapirgal said...

Beautiful! Keep on importin'.

Pat Tillett said...

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...

Cheeseboy said...

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

DrSoosie said...

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

Nat said...

Really like the white cliffs and cave :-)

Marlene said...

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

Pat Tillett said...

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...

Living In Williamsburg Virginia said...

Terrific shots, as always.

Darryl and Ruth : )

Chuck said...

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

Pat Tillett said...

D&R - Thanks! (as always!)

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

tapirgal said...

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

RawknRobynsGoneBlogWild said...

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

Biana said...

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!

John McElveen said...

Stunning my Friend!

John

Powdered Toast Man said...

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

Jenny said...

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

SquirrelQueen said...

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

Sophia (my visual illusions) said...

OMG these white mountains looks amazing!

DavidV said...

The first picture is amazing.