Abstract, Art, Digital Image, Gulf of Mexico, Nature, ocean, photography, Photoshop, Weather

Surreal Surf

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Surf and clouds manipulated a little bit in Photoshop. This was created at Fort Morgan, Alabama a day after Hurricane Barry tore through New Orleans. Weather in southern Alabama wasn’t so horrible: a light breeze and some rain with a little flooding in places. The photo has been dramatized, sensationalized and colorized, but other than that – it’s exactly as I envisioned it.

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Art, Dreams, Everyday, Gulf of Mexico, Landscape, National Parks, Nature, ocean, Outdoors, photography, Travel, Weather

Green Water, White Sand

Photograph of the white sand beach and clear green water of the Gulf of Mexico at Santa Rosa Island, Florida.

Clear green water and briliant white sand line the beach of Santa Rosa Island, Florida.

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Fish River

U.S. 98 bridge at the mouth of the Fish River just before it empties into Weeks Bay near Marion Springs, Alabama.A foggy afternoon with the camera pointed downstream on the Fish River from the pier at the National Estuarine Research Reserve Pitcher Plant Bog. Just beyond the bridge, fresh water from the river flows into the brackish Mobile Bay before emptying into the Gulf of Mexico.

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Art, Comment, Digital Image, Everyday, Gulf of Mexico, Landscape, Nature, ocean, Photojournalism, Seasons, Travel, Weather

Winter on the Gulf of Mexico

Gulf of Mexico beach near Fort Morgan, Alabama.

Fort Morgan, Alabama – Mid-day, the end of January. It’s cold, but calm. People come down to the beach for their morning walks, to collect seashells or driftwood, perhaps. Two men at the far right, near the horizon, were fishing from beach chairs while a Great Blue Heron closely monitored their activity.

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