Wednesday, July 15, 2015

Sunset Cliffs Sea

Yesterday was a typically beautiful day at Sunset Cliffs and this time, I took the trouble to snap a few photos. Below is my favorite of the bunch, kind of a brooding, yet hopeful sea. I left it large, so I think it's worth a click.

On a side note, I had scraps from a loaf of bread that I was throwing on the ground for the birds. That late in the day, there weren't any birds to pick it up, so it just lay there waiting for them. A woman was walking a really big dog in the area and when he caught sight of the bread scraps, he dragged her around trying to eat them. Whoops!



tim eisele said...

Nice! Is that bit of whirlpool-like choppy water off on the left from submerged rocks, or was it just a chance confluence of waves?

Incidentally, how high up is that? It looks like the cliff is a few feet tall and it is really calm, but there are no real size cues and I think it could just as easily be a few hundred feet above the crashing surf.

K T Cat said...

Thanks! The cliffs are about 20-30' tall. The whirpool is waves breaking on rocks right below the surface.

Jedi Master Ivyan said...

I miss living near the ocean. I used to pause on my trips to the grocery store and just watch the waves for a few minutes.