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Surf Fishing at Caspar Beach

Posted by
LauraS (Chico, United States) on 25 July 2010 in Sport & Recreation and Portfolio.

This was a rugged stretch of coast line. I was surprised to find a fisherman near the edge of the water where the rocks were difficult to climb to. He was fishing into the wild surf. He reminded me of so many from the Gulf of Mexico who have lost their jobs, their livelihoods, their recreation due to the BP Oil spill.

Continue praying with me for their salvation.

Panasonic DMC-ZS1 1/1000 second F/5.6 ISO 80 312 mm (35mm equiv.)

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Bettina from Los Angeles, United States

Fantastic. I love the stacked fishermen, above and below. it's a dramatic image and excellent composition.

25 Jul 2010 5:30am

@Bettina: Thank you, Bettina. I was worried he'd getting washed away by a big wave.

SOUL AFLAME from The bosom of Mother Nature, United Kingdom

The violence and beauty of that water is so perfectly captured in this dramatic frame, Laura. Man against the elements. The thrill of the persuit and the lure of the danger, a balance as played out on a daily basis.

25 Jul 2010 4:04pm

@SOUL AFLAME: That's how I feel about it, too, Paul. Thanks for stopping by.

Susan from Pompano Beach, FL, USA from United States

Nice catch Laura......that guys' a braver soul than I.....one big wave, and he's a goner!!!!

25 Jul 2010 4:04pm

@Susan from Pompano Beach, FL, USA: I agree. Too dangerous.

Amir Pouryousef from Tabriz, Iran

anger of see
well done

25 Jul 2010 4:30pm

@Amir Pouryousef: Thank you.

Formerly Known as MontereyJohn from Waterbury, Connecticut, United States

Oh wow, does that make me homesick!

Lovely image.

25 Jul 2010 6:15pm

@Formerly Known as MontereyJohn: Oh, John, didn't mean to make you homesick.

john4jack from Corvallis, Oregon, United States

Terrific. Very fine composition. Neat POV. I love the touch of red.

25 Jul 2010 8:48pm

@john4jack: Thanks, Jack.

marc battault from clermont ferrand, France

I think every day has the black tide, a real ecological catastrophe, no apology to the company BP, which has voluntarily taken the name of profit and risk negligent safety rules on the platform, they are real killers suit and tie! shame on them !!!!!!
kisses, laura!

25 Jul 2010 9:26pm

@marc battault: Merci Marc. Thanks for the comments.

Wild Mustang Photography from Carlisle, United States

Beautiful shot! Exquisite color and composition! Superb work!

26 Jul 2010 2:16am

@Wild Mustang Photography: Thanks, very much.

B. Thomas from Arlington, Texas, United States

So much power in that water.

26 Jul 2010 4:10am

@B. Thomas: Yes, I agree.

Panasonic DMC-ZS1
1/1000 second
F/5.6
ISO 80
312 mm (35mm equiv.)

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