Abstract, Art, Digital Image, Nature, photography, Travel, Weather

Perdido Pass

Black and White photo of Perdido Pass and the Gulf of Mexico.

Perdido Pass and the Gulf of Mexico on a cool, stormy November day. A few people were on the beach, but nobody was in the water.

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Abstract, Art, Comment, Digital Image, Dreams, isolation, Nature, Nightmares, ocean, philosophy, photography, Photoshop, Poetry, Writing

A Timeline

Abstract photo of ocean waves with night clouds.

Primordial Ooze
Life Forms Evolve
Opposable Thumbs
Competition
Greed, Power, Money
Godot Defined for one species
Knowledge Quest
War Machines
Silicon Chips
Artificial Intelligence
Knowledge Shared Among Machines
Opposable Thumbs Irrelevant
Artificial Intelligence Evolves
Cooperation, Collaboration, Communication
Godot Redefined
Higher Knowledge Unnecessary
Life Forms Irrelevant
Silicon Chips Disintegrate
Primordial Ooze

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Digital Image, Everyday, Landscape, Nature, Outdoors, photography, Travel, Weather

Orange Beach, Alabama

Orange Beach, Alabama the day Hurricane Irma ravaged Florida.

The day Hurricane Irma ravaged Florida, I was at Orange Beach, Alabama – just a couple miles from Florida’s westernmost border in the panhandle. The circular bands of clouds give only the barest hint of the massive scale of the storm. Winds were relatively calm in Alabama and nary a drop of rain fell all day.

 

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Art, Digital Image, Great Lakes, Landscape, Nature, Nightmares, Outdoors, photography, Seasons, Travel, Weather

Winds of August on Lake Michigan

Lake Michigan waves crashing into the north pier at the White Lake Channel near Montague, Michigan.

Lake Michigan waves crashing into the north pier of the White Lake Channel near Montague, Michigan is my Ooh, Shiny! entry for the WordPress weekly photo challenge.

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Art, Landscape, Nature, photography, Travel, Weather

Windy Winter Day – Gulf Shores, Alabama

Surf at Gulf Shores, AlabamaWaves on the Gulf were 5 to 6 feet high with 20 m.p.h. winds following a very stormy night in late January. The photo was taken with my cell phone from the beach in front of the Sea-n-Suds Restaurant where we had breakfast.

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