~ Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #98: Delicate Colors ~

When the ocean roils with waves and wind, it leaves traces on the shore in a symphony of foam.

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The etherial hues of sea foam are a delight to behold.

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Light suffused through mist and spray creates a lovely blue filter on the jetty at North Head Lighthouse.

Mornning Mist

Morning fog catches sunlight softening the dunes at Long Beach, WA.

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Survival in the wild requires blending in with the environment. A Mallard hen and her chicks are so subtly colored, they disappear into the grasses and ponds.

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High rolling clouds catch the muted pastels of sundown, casting a lavender veil over the dunes.

 

Wishing everyone safe harbor as we navigate uncharted waters.

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Thank you Leya for a chance to feature softness!

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13 Responses to ~ Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #98: Delicate Colors ~

  1. Ilze says:

    Is it really a beach foam?! Nice! Love it!

  2. Leya says:

    Beautiful gallery, Lindy, so delicate colours and soft scenery!I really loved the Mallard hen and her chicks.

  3. TCast says:

    Wow, all wonderful delicate colours. I especially love the foam on the ocean.

    Regards, Teresa

  4. JohnRH says:

    Excellent photos. I like the mist in two and three, particularly.

  5. Really like your etherial hues and they are a delight to behold.

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