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Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Liquids

Let us dance between the waves…the water is so refreshing.

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Cee’s Odd Ball Challenge – Week 18

I finally was able to attend the Savannah College of Arts and Design (SCAD) Sand Art Competition.  My hubby and I had tried the past two years, but failed because we couldn’t find a parking spot.  So this year I had hubby drive me down and drop me off at the competition and I walked home. It is a bit of a hike, but I always get wonderful pictures when I do the beach walk.  Anyhow, here are a couple of “odd ball” photos from the event.  I hope you enjoy them.

DSC_0003 DSC_0013 DSC_0019P.S.  The artists were quoted as saying the sand was not sticking together well this year, so perhaps next year even better work, although I thought some of these were quite creative.  : )

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Cee’s Black and White Photo Challenge – Textures

Crabs and Oysters, oh my.  Here’s my two-fer on Textures.

First photo is a shot of the mud burrows of the fiddler crabs.  If you look closely on the right side of the picture you can see the crabs at work.

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The second photo is a close up of an oyster bed along the river bank.

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Photo Challenge – Shadow

It was early afternoon on Monday.  Sunshine was bright and the sky was clear….a perfect day for casting shadows.


This gull was flying very low to the ground.  Pretty cool how the wings almost touch the sand.

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For a little bird…this guy cast a pretty large shadow.

DSC_0264 (2)Around the oyster beds and shells, these two were looking for lunch.  I didn’t really notice at the time I was taking the picture, but the shadows do give depth to the photo.

DSC_0279 (2)When I looked at this flier, I noticed the stripe across his chest.  At first I thought it was just odd coloring, but then I realized that his wing was shading his body.

Hope you like my shadows.

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Beachy Birds

For your viewing pleasure….here are some beachy birds.


Blue Heron on the rooftop.  He is perched on one foot with his claw in the middle of his stomach…actually a little creepy, if you look close enough.

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Close up of a hawk on the walkway….pooh and all.

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It was a drizzly and dreary day.  The heron reminds me of the wise man on top of the mountain.  Do you think I should have asked him about the meaning of life?

DSC_0313 I think these guys are ibis (s).  They were the closest pictures in the bird book…..Anybody know for sure please correct me.