Rollin' (beach birds holidays sky water waves ). Photo by Feather3
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Rollin'

Uploaded by: Feather3

Thursday November 22, 2012

Fort Bragg, CA (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: Even the birds rolled with the surf in places..... as they fed on the bounty of the sea....

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4. EndlessHorizon
11:04 AM GMT on November 26, 2012
Very nice! Feather, are you familiar with the Fern Gully Blowhole? Just head south out of town and park in front of the Little River Cemetery. Walk straight back through the cemetery toward the ocean; you'll see a little opening in the fence. Walk through the opening; you'll see the trail. It's only about a minute's easy walk from there, but be careful of your footing as you approach the blowhole! You'll see why right away. Check the tides before you go: at low tide, it's only sand and seaweed down there, no water at all, but you can see the tunnel. High tide, you get the blow. Looks like in rain, you'll get waterfalls. The trail continues around the blowhole, and to either side toward the sea. The left trail has the better ocean view access. Today there were drifts of tiny mushrooms, especially on the right trail.

Enjoy! And thank you for all the wonderful photos you've shared this year!
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3. tranottoc
10:37 AM GMT on November 26, 2012
You present such wonderful photos.
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2. gilg72
4:22 AM GMT on November 26, 2012
Wow Great catch. beautiful photo.
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1. kippic
2:22 AM GMT on November 26, 2012
Great capture.
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About Feather3

Feather3

Have lived on the Mendocino coast of California for almost 29 years. I have sold some photos, so I guess that makes me a freelance professional? :)I hope you enjoy these! My passion in art is drawing in pen and ink: birds. I have severe carpal tunnel that, while it seems to be getting better, has made it difficult to draw the smaller, finer details I was used to doing before - so in 2006, I took up photography and in July of 2013, the FujiFilm FinePix HS25EXR and later, the NIKON D3200 came into my life :) - they are amazing pieces of equipment ........In early 2012, I was diagnosed with a connective tissue disorder called Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome Type III; a genetic anomaly that for some women, hits hard with the natural hormonal changes of life, affecting the joints, contributing to chronic pain and chronic tendonitis, as well as osteoarthritis.... so I get out less and less often, but am very thankful for the days I can get out. In May of 2014, my partner and I bought a house on an acre out in the redwood forest.... so a lot of my photos will and have been, of our little place.... in October of 2014, my partner and I are getting married! :) He is a literal answer to prayer.... As a former wildlife rehabilitator (1986-2003), I frequently will receive calls to rescue wild birds - there are a few shots of these in my gallery, but I prefer to catch and turn in to a local vet or another rehabber, or catch and release, as the case may be, without a lot of stress to the critter by taking photos of an injured, scared animal. In my life I have also been a naturalist for a local nature center and have led nature hikes to identify area plant life as well as wildlife. It is from this perspective that I enjoy sharing my photos of the same, not having had the pleasure during my short stay at the nature center, but loving it all nonetheless. I think WunderGround is a lot of fun and have been enjoying this site tremendously - meeting other photog's from all over the world is one of the best - but seeing their photos! WOW! :)Be sure to visit my website - launched on 09/09/09, called Sunrise Sea Glass! Click on my website link to visit

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