~ Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #95: All Wet, or Almost! ~

Stormy weather


Rainclouds tumbling in from the Pacific Ocean announce with a rainbow that I’m about to get wet! 


Shorebirds sometimes appear to be oblivious to the wave action around them, however I’ve never witnessed a bird being overpowered by the surf. Sometimes I find carcasses washed up on the beach, most likely caused from diving into the waves for fish.


Brown Pelicans on the hunt.


A Mallard hen and her ducklings, bob for their lunch.

teasing tide

For this post, I sat on a drifted log watching the tide tease it’s way toward me.

all wet boots

When it surged, I was ready!


A special photo of my sister, niece and grandnephew as he experienced his first walk in the Pacific Ocean surf.

Wishing everyone safe harbor as we navigate uncharted waters.

Thank you to Tina and Lens-Artists for these wonderful challenges.



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10 Responses to ~ Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #95: All Wet, or Almost! ~

  1. Tina Schell says:

    Navigating uncharted waters – well said Lindy. Loved your shots this week, especially the last. A very special moment indeed.

  2. JohnRH says:

    Wow. Excellent selections. Well done.

  3. Janice says:

    Beautiful photos…a wonderful place to almost be (viewing your photos)

  4. Leya says:

    So love your shots – fell totally in trance over the last one. ♥

  5. Amy says:

    A very special collection, Lindy. I’m touched by the last image… well captured.

  6. pattimoed says:

    Hi, Lindy. I love your wet boots and the shot of your family. Wonderful choices for the challenge.

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