Amazing shot, I can almost hear the "music from the waves"there!It's adorable!Léia
A brilliant post, JM.
We have scenes like this on our beach in Costa Rica. Good timing for a nice shot.
the clouds seem to be kissing the sea spray.
Excellent title for a wonderful, well-focused shot... the title brings the eye from clouds to seafoam and back again... GeniusBises,Genie
What a superb capture, JM! And the title is perfect! Genius indeed! Hope your week is going well! Enjoy!Sylvia
You have to be quick to get a spectacular shot like this one. Your comment on my post on Monday made me want to look up that strange sounding word, "Curio". My little pocket dictionary said that it means "valued art object". I find it hard to believe that they would have anything like that in that store. I can't say for sure because I didn't go inside. I think it would only have little items for tourists.
What a perfect title for a wonderful photo!
For sure one of my favorites! The sea is amazing!
What a gorgeous picture. Beautiful
What a dramatic shot!
...or risen waves, great title for a great photo!
That is a spectacular shot JM!
Perfect shot. clouds? Maybe!! LOLYou did capture these at just the right time--I usually am just a teeny bit too late. MB
just wow !!
A fantastic oceanside photo! Just don't get too close to the edge, JM!
Brilliant title - it looks just like a cloud. It's a super photo JM.
That is one almighty splash
Your caption expresses perfectly not only the physics of this photo, but also it's essence. It is incredibly beautiful in every way. Frame it and hang it!
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Such power! Beautiful shot!
I does appear as if they are crashing down into the water. Maybe they are trying to spray you with blessings.
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Powerfull capture. Nice blog as well,GreetingsLasse
You caught that at the precise moment. It is quite attractive.
sun and sea my dream
Beautiful waves crashing.Sydney - City and Suburbs
The way that you have captured them, they could very well be fallen clouds!
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