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Saturday, June 27, 2009

DRIFTWOOD















35 comments:

  1. Beautiful and a bit sad to see all those dead trees standing there / gittan

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  2. You can really put life into a picture. I can almost see the waves coming and hear the birds chirping!

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  3. Beautiful. - Dave

    http://snjgardener.blogspot.com/

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  4. Now THAT is some driftwood!!! Incredible.

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  5. Таня! И ошеломляет, и захватывает дух - одновременно! Спасибо!

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  6. The driftwood photos are PHENOMENAL!
    Just awesome!!!!

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  7. I LOVE those photos !!!

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  8. What great pictures and scenes.

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  9. Beautiful images Tatyana. Such a different landscape than what we have in central NC.

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  10. What great shots, although not all of them will load for me, I love the ones that I can see.

    Beautiful.

    Jen

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  11. Fastastic photos! We have a lot of driftwood along the beaches in Cape Cod but nothing like you have in the Northwest. Very interesting. -Jackie

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  12. You really know how to take some awesome photos Tatyana. I like driftwood but I never thought of it as being beautiful like your photos portray it. Such scenic shots.

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  13. Amazing photos! It's almost 100 today around here, so I needed to see this... Cool, misty, wonderful.

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  14. Hello dear friends and thank you for stopping by! I hope these images reflect at least a bit of the beauty that I saw on that cloudy misty foggy day on the Washington coast. The trees are dead but still look proud and noble, especially those standing.
    Jen, I'm sorry that you can't see some pictures, I'm wondering why? Since pictures are big, I removed many elements from the blog and left just "bones". I even moved my blog list to a different place and left only one post per page, just clear the space for images.

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  15. A great collection of driftwood. I am sure there are some sculptural pieces for the garden! How to transport them home is probably the question. I have several small pieces, one looks exactly like a devil with horns...if there is a thing like a devil; or perhaps it is just a little innocent goat! Fantastic pictures. I find them all stunning ...life goes on with that fresh looking pea flower emerging and climbing all over the silvery wood.

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  16. What phenomenal photos of the driftwood! They have their own unique beauty.
    Brenda

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  17. Your photos nearly take my breath away. I so love driftwood and beaches. I would love to live near the sea. Beautiful, beautiful photos.
    Millie

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  18. Lovely photo blog, where is this place with such a beautiful driftwood?

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  19. The fist one look a bit sad, but very good and interesting and then the last one give us hope!
    /MB

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  20. Did any of it drift to your gardens?

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  21. Great job with these photos, Tatyana..eerie but cool at the same time!
    Lynn

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  22. Stunning driftwood photos. You are lucky to be in the beautiful pacific northwest for sure!

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  23. What terrific shots. I would like to have a couple of small pieces to put in my flower beds but those look a little big ;-) They get some fantastic shapes from the wear of the water.

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  24. Haystack Rock, one of the prettiest places on the Oregon coast.

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  25. sigh.......that place looks 110* cooler than here! LOL!!! Oh how I would love to be there in that cool mist....

    You asked about my crocosmia. I don't know much about them. I just planted them this year as a "test". They are doing great. So I will keep them around. I KNOW that they do multiply a good bit, because I got them from another gardener who was thinning them out. Right now I have enough room to spread them around the different beds, but when that option runs out, I guess I will be giving them away as well :)

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  26. Oh those pictures look so cool! Thanks for sharing!

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  27. Hi Tatyana~~ I'm with Darla: Did any driftwood drift to your garden? I would have been out there scouring with a huge plastic bag. What a gorgeous place and you did a fabulous job of capturing it.

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  28. Beautiful pictures indeed!!!
    A perfect place for Bella and Edward to visit (Twilight) :-)

    Michelle

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  29. Very beautiful! Is this near your home? If so, you are fortunate to have such lovely views and serenity at your fingertips.

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  30. Fabulous driftwood Tatyana, are you allowed to bring any home? I'd put some in my garden!

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  31. Ohh I´m loost of words!
    Those photos are stunning!
    Like artwork.
    Linda

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  32. Tatyana, I meant to leave you a comment earlier, those photos are breathtakingly beautiful! I love how the steam rises from the water...and how you managed to capture the mood of the place. Melancholy, yet lovely!

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  33. Wow, I missed this post, no excuses just busy and trying to catch up with friendly bloggers tonight. Incredible photographs, Tatyana, really first class, well done!

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