A Slice of Life 2012

A Year In Pictures

Seashore September 14, 2012

Filed under: 52/366 Challenge — Tammy @ 8:00 am

In Nebraska, the closest one can get to a seashore is Lake MacConaughy.  It is the largest lake in the state and due to the drought the lake is only half full which has one positive, a sandy shore!


15 Responses to “Seashore”

  1. bonniegunkel Says:

    I’d take that! Nothing like that at all here 😦

  2. ~Val Says:

    Wow – except for being able to see the other shore, I could almost believe you were at an ocean beach. Sorry about the low water levels…

  3. danudin Says:

    Glorious HDR Effect but hope you get the rain soon! Droughts are rough. We are at 53 days now ends tomorrow they say – We’ll see.

    • Tammy Says:

      We need the rain just to stop all of the wildfires in that area…I have never seen it that dry!

      • Danudin Says:

        Just before the Brisbane floods we had our water supply down to 18% of capacity, Taught me never to say Rain Rain go away! Do you know you are the only one replying to comments these days, used to be heaps of us!

  4. Bobbie Says:

    Great textures, sea, sand and sky.

  5. jackscrap Says:

    Anytime spent near the water is a good time, I like how the water is shaping the shore.

  6. John & Lois Says:

    Nice leading line down the sandy beach. I can almost feel the cooling breeze.

  7. PC PHOTO Says:

    Beauty in the midst of a drought. I like the boost in details.

  8. Like your processing and the leading line

  9. Ellen Says:

    i too love how you composed this. Such an odd weather year…
    I’d much rather swim in fresh water with no tides.

  10. KarenAnn Says:

    Great perspective and dimension.

  11. well, there is always a positive side of everything, we just sometimes have trouble finding it. This sure is a good example

  12. Tony Says:

    Who would not like beeing there.

  13. The waterline makes such a great leading line!

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