Wednesday, 14 October 2009

A rough day in St Ives


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20 comments:

George said...

What fascinating pictures!! I'm glad you weren't on the receiving end of those waves!

ancient one said...

Great Shots!!

lynnwiles said...

Did you now that there was someone looking at you from the small window on the left, in the bottom shot?

Amazing shots of an amazing event. I also like your surfer shots below.

I wouldn't mind living there either

Marka said...

Looks like somebody made the ocean upset.

Tom said...

Wow.... I recall seeing something like this at Blackpool one year... I was really surprised at how high those waves got...

By the way.... I do recall Johnny Morris from when he did Zoo Time.. I really believed he could talk with the animals...

Gattina said...

Wow ! that looks terrific ! beautiful pictures, though !

Teacher's Pet said...

I'm wowing at the power of the ocean, but even more at these photographs. I guess I don't have to tell you that you're good!
But.. You're good!
Jackie

Cezar and Léia said...

wow Nature is even angry!
I think I was a little dangerous because there is not?
I hope that my friend Julie has not been wet with all that water!
You were far is it? Best so safely, take care please!
Magnificent post!
Léia

This Is My Blog - fishing guy said...

Mac: I love these, it certainly is so much fun for the camera but not for the fisherman. Those are really big waves.

Gerald (Hyde DP) said...

looks great but take care!

Craver Vii said...

"Has anyone seen the dog? It was out on the deck a minute ago..."

yesbuts said...

One way to wash your windows

yesbuts said...

One way to wash your windows

Sunny said...

Awesome! I'm enjoying every minute of your hols.
Sunny :)

Willard said...

Dramatic photos! As usual, you have posted a lot of outstanding shots.

Heather said...

Your photographs are wonderful - whatever must the waves be like in a winter storm? I came over from your wife's blog and for some reason can't leave a comment on hers. The beaches around St.Ives look beautiful and very inviting but perhaps not until most of the tourists have gone home! Thanks for sharing your pictures with us.

Aussie Jo said...

Fantastic photos. My surfer son says he would like a point break like that outside his house.
Cheers

kiwicarole said...

Amazing shots. I can't believe people live so close to the sea!!

CAROLYN SAXBY said...

Fantastic waves, great captures, great memories ...

MargaretR said...

Just came over from Julie's blog. Fantastic photos.
There is a lady watching you through binocs in the bottom photo :) Julie says you were both still in your PJ's. Maybe she had a good camera too?