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Sunday, November 12, 2006

Ocean Spray

The weather lately has, of course, been mostly terrible. It has been even worse at the beach, and as luck would have it, my family and I had to travel to the coast over Friday and Saturday. My daughter brought a friend along to alleviate the boredom of having to hang out with adults. We were trapped in doors for most of our visit, but on Saturday there was a glorious reprieve which the kids made the most of.

After having been trapped inside for such a long spell, the kid energy just erupted onto the beach and they had relentless fun. It was contagious fun too. Just being around them, camera in hand, I felt like a kid. Wind was whipping up a luscious whipped foam that looked just like the clouds in the sky. And turbulent weather added a bit of extra visual appeal.

This may not have much to do with wild Oregon, but my agents love these kind of images, as do kids magazines, and I try to get them whenever fun happens. It just happens to be blast for me as well. Lucky me!









2 comments:

East of Oregon said...

super photos and blog!

OregonWild said...

Thanks east of Oregon

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Portland, Oregon, United States
Husband, Father, Student Of Natural History, Photographer