Monday, March 23, 2009

Bluff Cove on a Blustery Day

I've been meaning to peel myself away from the coast, but I just can't seem to. The strong winds we had on Sunday brought a lot of whitecaps and great storm surf to the PV coastline.

22 comments:

Vogon Poet said...

You are right, this coastline is so beautiful.

Jacob said...

I lived in LA when a kid and never could get enough of the coastline, either!

Beautiful shot!

altadenahiker said...

Oh, that photo just below is absolutely great. (And it's ok over at my place, it was just a lively discussion.)

Clueless in Boston said...

The whitecaps and coastline looks wonderful. Love the colors.

m_m said...

These waves look amazing! Great shot!

marley said...

You've captured the waves really well. Great photo.

Julie said...

I like to see the power of nature, Tash. I am intruiged by the "soil" on that far headland. Our headlands are either sandstone or granite. That looks a lot softer. Is it?

Antjas said...

Tash, you are temptress. You'll have to stop posting these gorgeous shots or we'll all end up moving to PV.

-K- said...

That's a wonderful photo. I had heard from a friend that PV was having a very windy day and night yesterday. I guess this confirms it.

Palm Axis said...

My comment just got lost...I was saying that I've never seen the sea agitated like this. Spectacular. You always seen to catch the light.

Saretta said...

I love that wave action! Beautiful!

Babooshka said...

Works for me. It is a goreous view.

Babzy said...

amazing sea , great shot !

Bibi said...

Can feel the wind in this photo...literally, for it's been blustery here recently.

Cezar and Léia said...

I can understand you perfectly!This coastline is amazing!Beautiful picture!
:-)
Léia

Lori Lynn said...

Gorgeous! I love seeing the white caps for a change when I look out to sea.
Whew! It was windy!
LL

Dusty Lens said...

Love the colors here, the waves lined up crashing into shore.

Powell River Books said...

Gorgeous, as long as I'm not out in it. I'm a true fair weather sailor! - Margy

PJ said...

That's a beautiful view, waves are so much more interesting when see from above, especially long ones like these.

Julie said...

Thank you so much for that link from Marymount College about the geology of PV area, Tash. It is as complex geologically as any other area. Just strange to my eyes. Amazing how much we learn from each other doing blogging, isn't it?

Creative Vignettes said...

I love the word blustery. It always makes me think of Winnie the Pooh. This is gorgeous. Good idea. Careful down there with all these recent Earthquakes. I'm a little nervous about a tsunami!

Above the City said...

The Cove is almost always windless too that is why it is a great surf spot. So cool to see it stormed up.

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