Beach Time by seattlite

Beach Time

Lowman Beach Park is a small, rocky, rugged beach that has plenty of drift wood and logs. It's only a five-minute walk from my home. This shot was taken a couple of weeks ago. Have a great day!
A lovely view of shore sea and sky - the long drift wood and logs are amazing !
May 22nd, 2020  
Lovely scene
May 22nd, 2020  
Beautiful capture with wonderful logs and layers. How lucky you are to live close by.
May 22nd, 2020  
beautiful fav
May 22nd, 2020  
Love all that driftwood - great composition
May 22nd, 2020  
A lovely shot of shore and sky. That's an amazing amount of driftwood on the shore.

Ian
May 22nd, 2020  
Lots of photo ops there I’m sure!
May 22nd, 2020  
Super beautiful scene!
May 22nd, 2020  
Beautiful, would love to get my hands on that Drift wood...fav
May 22nd, 2020  
Nice
May 22nd, 2020  
Love the blues and clouds! So pretty!
May 22nd, 2020  
Great perspective
May 22nd, 2020  
Super shot and how lovely to live so nearby
May 22nd, 2020  
A lovely composition and capture of the driftwood. Fav!!! 😀
May 22nd, 2020  
Amazing sky and very nice photo!
May 22nd, 2020  
What a lovely day to be out.
May 22nd, 2020  
Super 3D feel! I don't think l've ever seen so much driftwood and in such large dimensions as that which you’ve captured here. Big Fav!
May 22nd, 2020  
Beautiful scene.
May 22nd, 2020  
Beautiful scene
May 22nd, 2020  
Beautiful..love the drift logs
May 22nd, 2020  
Great shot- the sky is so expansive and all that driftwood is so interesting. Plus the bonus element of people- a fav for me.
May 22nd, 2020  
Beautiful light on this lovely scene.
May 22nd, 2020  
Beautiful. I love all the rocky and driftwood scattered coast lines of the Seattle area! My favorites are on San Juan Island. I hope to get back someday.
May 23rd, 2020  
Striking with the beautiful lighting.
May 23rd, 2020  
Great shot
May 23rd, 2020  
I wish we lived closer I would collect the driftwood for our wood burner fire.
May 23rd, 2020  
A wonderful beach, it looks to be in the middle of nowhere... and it's more like a 'driftforest' than driftwood !
May 23rd, 2020  
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