Reflections in the Sand

The pier at Ocean Isle Beach, North Carolina. May 2, 2011.

One morning, as I was walking along the beach at Ocean Isle toward the pier, I was struck by the reflection of the pier in the wet sand.  It was nearing low tide, and there was plenty of wet sand to capture the reflections of the supports.

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13 Responses to “Reflections in the Sand”

  1. diane Says:

    Great reflection. You wouldn’t think that you could get a reflection in so little water.

  2. busy bee suz Says:

    This is a beautiful capture George!!!!

  3. Mildred Says:

    I always enjoy reflection shots – this is pretty.

  4. Sandra Says:

    beautiful, double piers… i want to walk barefoot in the wet sand and feel it in my toes.

  5. Rose Says:

    Oh, my, I love that…

  6. ladyfi Says:

    Love the symmetry of the pillars and the reflections…

  7. Tricia Says:

    That really IS a beautiful capture, George… of course, I love ocean shots… PERIOD.!!! heheheee =)

  8. Sylvia Kirkwood Says:

    Terrific capture, George! Love the reflections and, like ladyfi, I love the symmetry as well! And the ocean! Oh, yes, always! Have a great weekend! Enjoy!

    Sylvia

  9. Ruth Hiebert Says:

    This is beautiful.I can almost hear the waves and that too is soothing and lovely.

  10. Neal Says:

    That is a neat pictures. It makes me want to be there.

  11. Carletta Says:

    How early was it George? The beach looks deserted which is just the way I like it.
    Lovely shot!

  12. sartenada Says:

    Very beautiful photo. I love too reflections.

  13. Loren Says:

    I love reflection photo’s! You capture them so wonderfully!!

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