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Tidal Remnant


Tidal Remnant
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Copyright: Evelynn Smith (Evelynn) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 2025 W: 741 N: 3285] (14454)
Genre: Landscapes
Medium: Color
Date Taken: 2006-06-15
Categories: Seascape
Camera: Canon 30D, Canon 17-85 IS
Exposure: f/9.0, 1/160 seconds
Photo Version: Original Version
Date Submitted: 2006-06-16 12:53
Viewed: 3108
Points: 24
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We drove to the coast yesterday because a minus 1.6 foot tide was predicted. These coastal remnants, carved by countless tides were left high and dry.
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Siletz Bay Estuary

The Siletz Bay estuary is located on the Oregon coast at Lincoln City. The estuary is approximately 1461 acres in area and has a watershed of approximately 373 square miles.

The Siletz Bay estuary is designated as a Conservation estuary under the Oregon Estuary Classification system. The geomorphology of the area is that of a Drowned River Mouth estuary.

Paddle this free-flowing river as it changes into a tidal estuary, through coastal rainforest. A 7.7-mile canoe trip around the remote hairpin bend of 'Bull's Bag' shows off the area's rainforest of Sitka spruce and mossy bigleaf maples. Along the way, you get to see the river change gears from free-flowing stream to tidal pool.

http://www.coastalatlas.net/learn/settings/estuary/estuary.asp?es=9

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Hi Evelynn...
An interesting phenomenon, and well depicted!
I like your composition a lot, and the colours are beautiful colours of nature all the way...
The small white surf adds extra interest...
Greetings,
Pablo -

Hi Evelynn... Very interesting vegetatif location. Perfect composition... Thanks for sharing. Regards... Cengiz.

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  • pilonm Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 588 W: 90 N: 975] (3321)
  • [2006-06-16 15:30]

Hello Evelynn,

Very nice shot of this coastal remnants! We see the calm estaury but we know that it can change unpredictably! Very good pov and composition. Colors looks so natural too! TFS,

Michel

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  • Karin Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Note Writer [C: 418 W: 5 N: 268] (2089)
  • [2006-06-17 7:44]

Hi Evelynn,
This is beautiful and so special. It looks as if the rock is a miniature world, some kind of Bonsai. Good compo,details, colors, light, and interesting subject.
A beautiful shot! I really like it very much.
TFS

What a great and colorful shot Evelynn.
Great composition, colors and superb details.
I love the POV and the BG.
tfs!!!!
Regards
JC

Hi Evelynn,

Good detail, colours and sharpness. exposure and lighting are good. Good POV and composition.

Thanks for posting, have a great weekend.

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  • manyee Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 3089 W: 230 N: 6774] (23770)
  • [2006-06-17 20:52]

Great visual impact, Evelynn.
Love that feeling of that little island left high and dry.
Reminds me of the Bay of Fundy (not quite so dramatic)
Colors and light excellently rendered. Fantastic composition.
TFS. : )

Oh my goodness! I have been to this exact spot and I have to say you captured it very well!!! Thank you for sharing....

Take Care!
Bettina Marie =0)

A great composition and a perfect POV, aditionally your information keeps up with ThrekNature principle, let us know more of the nature.

TFS

Rolf

Hi Evelynn,
It looks like a rahter gray day in Oregon, but that helped you a lot with controling the light and colors. The green patches in the f/g attracts me the most and leads me toward the rock formation with the small trees. It always amazes me to see trees growing in the most stranges places. They just seem to be able to survive in these places.
Great photo with lots of details to look at.
TFS,
Niek

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  • edal Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 374 W: 48 N: 413] (1853)
  • [2007-01-22 4:57]

Hi Evelyn!
Thanks for this natural bonsai! Beautiful, thou you call them just remnants - they are green, they are alive...
Very good colors and a bit moody - like human memories of the gone tide...
Anton

Hi Evelynn,

Thats one of my favorits compositions. A beautiful land and seascape together.Yes, I like that. POV, BG and compo are almost perfect. And just what Pablominto say. The small white surf make it extra interest. Regards and TFS Bob

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