a field in Glenties, Co. Donegal
Nothing is more refreshing than walking on the firm sands left by the departing tide.
Oh how I would love to be able to probe through those tide pools.
Wow ... that IS a low tide.God bless.
Gostei desta bela fotografia.Um abraço e continuação de uma boa semana.AndarilharDedais de Francisco e Idalisa O prazer dos livros
Lucky you Bill. One of the amazing sights if you live close to the ocean.
Hello,It is nice to walk on the beach at low tide. Pretty scene and photo.Take care, enjoy your day!
Such a great photo! Oceans are always a wonder.
look pretty....excellent shot
...the tides are a fascinating thing!
The whole scene looks really nice, Bill.
Wow, there are lots of tidal flats when the tide is out!
Quite a stretch.
That's a wonderful view of underwater visibility and the vast sea. Great capture!
That is amazing to see. Such a low tide.
Lots of room there for a good walk on the beach.
It is so interesting to watch the tide levels. Something I don't get to see very often.
What a gorgeous view!
Memories of childhood-holidays :-)
Low tide is a great time to walk along the seashore to see what can be found.
Wow, it sure uncovers a lot of ground. I wonder what the sea left behind?
I live by the sea, but we don’t have low tide. I once saw the low tide, in Germany, and it was awesome to walk in the bottom of the sea.
Great! I love sea pictures.
Lindo lugar, amo Essa bela paisagem.Um abraço e boa noite
Thta is a pretty view! Thanks for sharing.
Isn't this water withdrawal a bit too much? :)
Thanks for sharing your link at My Corner of the World this week!
Lovely composition with the tiny car at the bottom to reference the vastness of the ocean!
Linda imagen, te mando un beso.
As much as I love seeing the water, I love that photo! Don't think I've ever seen a tide that low!
I can feel that fresh air.
Uma panorâmica maravilhosa! Até saio daqui a respirar melhor, com a brisa do mar...Um grande abraço!Ana