Seascapes

 

Oh no.  After a month at the beach, how to choose?  Eenie, meenie, mynie mo—

I can never get enough of this view of the La Manzanilla beach.  And, it is always different.

I can never get enough of this view of the La Manzanilla beach. And, it is always different. (If you click on the picture to enlarge it, you can see the sandpiper on the beach very clearly.)

This time at the beach, I've spent hundreds of hours watching pelicans, usually in the water myself.  Even out of the water, it is hard to capture them because they move so swiftly, but with such grace.  They are so much a part of the seascape that I think this shot belongs in this series.

This time at the beach, I’ve spent hundreds of hours watching pelicans, usually in the water myself. Even out of the water, it is hard to capture them because they move so swiftly, but with such grace. They are so much a part of the seascape that I think this shot belongs in this series.

My camera (or my skills) can never capture the real colors of the sunsets here.  The reddest sun beomes white when photographed and I can only approach the real colors of the sky through a bit of color editing.  Anyone who has been to La Manzanilla at any time of the year can say these outstanding sunsets are real and continuous.

My camera (or my skills) can never capture the real colors of the sunsets here. The reddest sun becomes white when photographed and I can only approach the real colors of the sky through a bit of color editing. Anyone who has been to La Manzanilla at any time of the year can say these outstanding sunsets are real and continuous.

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One of the aforementioned suns. In reality, it was brilliant red, but it came out as white in the photo. Does anyone know why?

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For Cee’s own wonderful photos and other seascapes and landscapes, go here: http://ceenphotography.com/2014/12/16/cees-fun-foto-challenge-landscapes-or-seascapes/

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