Friday, March 6, 2009

Cement Dock on the Rocks



Cement Dock on the Rocks



cement dock on the rocks at the ocean


A few of my previous posts were about standing on a dock at the ocean and showing the view in different directions.

This is the dock. It is built on huge boulders and acts as a breaker of sorts to the small beach that I am taking this photo from.

If you click on the image to view a bigger size, you will see a small bridge with railings.

That part is fairly new and has been added within the last couple of years. It was always just a few wood planks that had stood the test of time for many years. They finally must have given out.

The tide is still coming in as you can see from the seaweed still floating along the rocks. Once it is completely high, none of that seaweed will be showing - just the beautiful blue ocean water.














9 comments:

  1. You are so lucky to live in such a beautiful area.

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  2. This reminds me of the wood piers at the Carolina beaches.

    Paul

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  3. Hi Karen - I grew up in this area, but left it almost 27 years ago after I got married. It is about 1 1/2 hours away, and we usually go back a couple times a year. I miss the ocean so - and smelling the salt air as we get closer to it is the best!

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  4. Hi Paul - I've never been to the Carolinas, but the photos I have seen of the beaches down there are just gorgeous!

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  5. Gorgeous.

    Limiting the photo to just the bridge will also be beautiful.

    What a view!!

    Have a happy weekend!

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  6. Beautiful shot Kathy, I really wish we had something else during the day to image besides snow,lol.

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  7. Thanks, Laane - I just love going there!

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  8. Hi Bob - I hear you on the snow. Hopefully it will begin to disappear in the next few weeks.

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