30 thoughts on “Pictures!

  1. Sandee Feb 22, 2022 / 17:36

    So beautiful and I wouldn’t miss seeing and hearing this. Beautiful. Mother Nature at her best.

    Thank you for hosting the fun.

    Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday, Keith. 🙂

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      • Sandee Feb 23, 2022 / 21:51

        We’re boaters. Don’t I know how it can change. 🙂


  2. stevebethere Feb 22, 2022 / 17:37

    Love these photos I could sit and watch the rough sea for ages ….from a distance of course

    Those moody ones are brilliant and very eerie at the same time 🙂

    Have a wavetastic week Keith 👍

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    • Keith's Ramblings Feb 23, 2022 / 17:02

      Those big waves carry lots of stones which can be quite painful if you get in their way!


  3. Lydia C. Lee Feb 22, 2022 / 20:14

    These areso great – good capture on the bird too. I can take photos of waves for hours!

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  4. msjadeli Feb 22, 2022 / 20:52

    The water looks so clean! The ocean’s turbulence washes it clean. Love the shot with the flying gull.

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  5. My GBGV Life Feb 23, 2022 / 12:17

    We’ve had bad wind here too, but we are not on the coast and everything is frozen. In Germany the wind on the North Sea Coast could get really bad and even trucks were not allowed to drive over bridges. Great photos of nature’s anger.

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    • Keith's Ramblings Feb 23, 2022 / 17:39

      Thanks so much. Along the coast from me, the strongest wind since records was recorded last week.


  6. Emille Feb 23, 2022 / 16:31

    Love the coast, and your images here are phenomenal – am getting a little bit homesick here for Southern California’s coast…. Emille


      • Emille Feb 24, 2022 / 00:06

        What can I say, sometimes life takes us to strange places, and we wonder how we got there:)


  7. Kathe W. Feb 23, 2022 / 20:19

    Wow- that is indeed stormy weather! Gorgeous photos too!


  8. Jackie's Photo Blog Feb 23, 2022 / 20:36

    Lovely photos showing Mother Nature at her most majestic. It has certainly been stormy. We live quite high up and look right out across Cornwall and got the 95 mph gusts. It brought a lot of trees and power lines down. We only lost power for a few hours, but an uprooted tree ripped up the water pipe. We were without water for 24 hours which was not good. At least the horse troughs were filled to the top which was handy for buckets of water for the toilet! I also keep 2 x 5L bottles of drinking water for just such an emergency.


  9. csuhpat1 Feb 24, 2022 / 19:50

    So very and peaceful. I would love to sit next to it.


  10. Andree Feb 24, 2022 / 23:18

    Spectacular photos: especially the seagull in flight. Thank you for sharing them.


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