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Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Yam Enjoying Cabrillo, San Diego

My ten-year old niece, Yam, enjoying the waves @ Cabrillo beach in San Diego, California during our visit to one of my blogging buddies in Salitype Society, Betchai, of Joys of Simple Life.

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20 comments:

J Bar said...

Good shot.
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George said...

What a wonderful picture of a great scene.

chubskulit said...

Simply beautiful!

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imriz said...

felt seasick seeing the waves...she's so brave

imriz said...

btw, i like crafts...i'm ur newst follower:)

ewok1993 said...

very nice shot.

Linda (PA_shutterbug) said...

What a great spot for a photograph!

RNSANE said...

This is a beautiful shot, Tes. I am such a fraidy cat, I would have been worried that the water was so strong, it might have swept Yam into the ocean!!! I know you STS ladies must have check it out first.

You guys had entirely too much fun during that reunion. How nice that you were all able to get together like that. It sounds like everyone, even the husbands had such a great tim.

Cindy said...

Very pretty photos, the water almost doesn't look real.

Jessica said...

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betchai said...

when I took my shot of Yam Tes with the waves, I told myself, "I love my shot, my favorite shot so far", but when I saw your shot, I changed my mind, and told myself, " I am so in love with this one!" Great waves, whew! Love love it!

betchai said...

ps...

@ Carmen, those waves were not scary, because they were just the result of their splash on rocks, thus the force has spread out and the slope of the rock further eliminates the force back to sweep anyone inwards to the sea.

RNSANE said...

That's good. You know, our beaches here are so unsafe, they don't even recommend wading in the surf at many of them because of the undertow and riptides. Pretty sad for the children, especially. With the water temperature about
55, I'm not going in, anyway!!

kulasa said...

wow, so beautiful Tesya:)

Ayie said...

I can't wait to go to the beach, we're going to Boracay! wohoo!

Kathy said...

What a fun place to be!

betchai said...

@ Carmen, I do understand, that's what my hubby told me about NorCal's beaches, the waves there are unusually strong and kind of pulling you inwards to the middle of the sea. that is why there are less people swimming there than over here, plus of course, the water temperature there is cooler.

Self Sagacity said...

Love the photo of the waves in action.

Cheryl said...

What a wonderful photo!

Ruthi said...

so cute. she loves the water. i am so jealous of her.

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